Proposals laid out in yesterday's State of the State address would put California on a different path from former Governor Schwarzenegger or the Obama Administration. This year, the Governor hasn't even applied for federal "Race to the Top" funding, which has angered LA Unified's Superintendent John Deasy. Brown's proposals are less top-down than current policies, giving more power to local school boards. We hear from Deasy, one of Brown's top education advisors and others about what's intended and what the impact might be on California's public schools. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Hollywood and Silicon Valley on Capitol Hill.
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