Debra Keyes teaches a class in 2011 at Van Buren Elementary School in Stockton. Van Buren is one of California’s lowest performing schools and a plaintiff in a lawsuit brought in December 2017 by the advocacy firm Public Counsel, charging that California has not done enough about the high number of school children in the state who cannot read. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)
Debra Keyes teaches a class in 2011 at Van Buren Elementary School in Stockton. Van Buren is one of California’s lowest performing schools and a plaintiff in a lawsuit brought in December 2017 by the advocacy firm Public Counsel, charging that California has not done enough about the high number of school children in the state who cannot read. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file) Paul Sakuma AP
Debra Keyes teaches a class in 2011 at Van Buren Elementary School in Stockton. Van Buren is one of California’s lowest performing schools and a plaintiff in a lawsuit brought in December 2017 by the advocacy firm Public Counsel, charging that California has not done enough about the high number of school children in the state who cannot read. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file) Paul Sakuma AP