After months of review, haggling and soul searching, Los Angeles Board of Education members this week avoided voting on a strategic plan developed by Supt. Michelle King.
She’ll go ahead with it anyway.
The plan’s centerpiece is a target of 100% graduation, which has never been achieved by a large school district and possibly not by a small one either. It isn’t clear in the plan when the nation’s second-largest school system is supposed to get there or achieve other lofty goals.
That point was made Tuesday by board member Ref Rodriguez at a board committee meeting held to review King’s latest...