It hasn't worked out that way, to say the least, and the miserable state of school performance is a top indicator.
The continuing failure of youngsters to even complete high school is the totally expected result when the government allows millions of unscholarly Mexicans to fill up a city.
More than one-third of Los Angeles Unified high school students drop out, according to a new study released Wednesday that is expected to end a long controversy over the accuracy of state dropout rates.Did the State Superintendent just awake from two decades of unconsciousness? The only change here is that there are newly calculated statistics — claimed to be more accurate — showing California's schools are an unmitigated disaster because of immigration, with emphasis on Mexicans. Pretending surprise at the degree of failure doesn't fool anyone.
The district's four-year dropout rate of 33.6 percent was well above the statewide average of 24.2 percent, sparking renewed calls to beef up academic standards in the nation's second-largest school district.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell said the new numbers indicate the state's schools are facing a crisis.
"The dropout rate of 24 percent is too high. It's unacceptable and must be addressed," he said.