Outraged San Francisco Parents Push to Recall ‘Disaster’ School Board
Siva Raj was already frustrated his two kids were not back in class when controversy erupted: The San Francisco Board of Education had decided that 44 local schools named after such troubling American figures as Abraham Lincoln and Paul Revere must be rechristened.
Raj, a new parent in the San Francisco district, was concerned. It was “the first time it really kind of hit me that things were not A-okay” with the school system, he says.
He decided to tune in to the board’s meeting in early February. What he discovered, he told National Review, was “disaster after disaster.” The board spent …