Fri. Jul 30th, 2021

4 thoughts on “Are Local School Districts reporting accurately to the CA Dept. of Education

  1. It seems as if Inglewood and Compton residents are out of the loop on a lot of these issues. If school districts are reporting inconsistent numbers, imagine what they are doing for the academic achievement of our students. More money should equal more dollars per students. Where is this money going? If you are having a Reduction in Force, RIF, every year, that means a district is not really being truthful about spending money on salaries.

    Its a privelege to receive monies from the state lottery system – but where is it really going? In the pockets of the “higher ups”?

    Has anyone checked the salaries of people in the fiscal departments of both school districts? These people make from $120-160K per year. And to do what? To give more monies to the croonies, the crooks, the people who are the Chief of Staffs, Superintendents, COO’s, Executive Directors….its a shame that our children cannot get accepted into four year universities because their education is lacking due to a lack of funds that have been documented on paper, but aren’t for the clients, the students of the district.

    1. Yes they are. They are bedfellows in the political world. They haven’t improved schools they voted to issue $300 million bonds. For what? Pocket change.

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