Incoming state Assembly speaker, Anthony Rendon, is known as an environmentalist. His career, however, began in different field — running childcare and preschool centers for low-income children. He knows well the challenges faced by the early childhood field.
That is what the state of California is poised to tell between 40,000 and 150,000 students who for nearly a decade may have been denied a high school diploma because they failed to pass the California High School Exit Exam, or CAHSEE.
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