Fourth graders at Folsom Cordova Riverview Elementary School working on writing code for a robotics unit in October. Catherine Goddard, co-founder of Educate Our State, writes that a “no” vote on Proposition 2 will keep fiscal responsibility with locally elected officials. Passing it would hurt local schools, she contends.
Fourth graders at Folsom Cordova Riverview Elementary School working on writing code for a robotics unit in October. Catherine Goddard, co-founder of Educate Our State, writes that a “no” vote on Proposition 2 will keep fiscal responsibility with locally elected officials. Passing it would hurt local schools, she contends. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Fourth graders at Folsom Cordova Riverview Elementary School working on writing code for a robotics unit in October. Catherine Goddard, co-founder of Educate Our State, writes that a “no” vote on Proposition 2 will keep fiscal responsibility with locally elected officials. Passing it would hurt local schools, she contends. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

Viewpoints: Proposition 2 will hurt local school districts

October 09, 2014 5:01 PM

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