It essentially only says two things: 1) all students must become proficient in English. 2) Parents, communities, and school districts should have more control of how goal #1 is reached. That’s it.
Why Voting Yes on Prop 58 actually means Better English Acquisition, among other Benefits for…
Jordan Philip Verga

I find your summary of what Proposition 58 is easy to follow and quick to grab person interest. You might had plan it or it might have been accident — I am betting my share on plan — but I find it great that you put the goal of learning English as the first point in your summary. This just goes to show how the overall importance if for students to learn English. This in turn can appease some of the nay-sayers into giving Proposition 58 another look and maybe supported.

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