There have been many good reports about the "City of Franklin" school.
It seems to be involved in real practical education. It's an example of a small learning community, which is supposed to be such a good idea.
Now, with a budget crunch, this good school is said to have too few students and should be closed.
This is nonsense. Why doesn't this "magnet" school attract an abundance of students? It's centrally located, with access to bus lines coming from all over Berkeley.
Something is badly wrong with policy here.