Kindergartner Nixon Riddick works on a science project at Juan Cabrillo Elementary School in Malibu in March. A legislative committee rejected a bill to give parents of English learners more choice among public schools.
Kindergartner Nixon Riddick works on a science project at Juan Cabrillo Elementary School in Malibu in March. A legislative committee rejected a bill to give parents of English learners more choice among public schools. Jenna Schoenfeld New York Times
Kindergartner Nixon Riddick works on a science project at Juan Cabrillo Elementary School in Malibu in March. A legislative committee rejected a bill to give parents of English learners more choice among public schools. Jenna Schoenfeld New York Times

Democrats reject an attempt to help kids in need of a break

May 16, 2017 04:30 PM

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