by smf for 4LAKids
With the LAUSD’s use of 430,000,000 kilowatt hours annually, it is estimated that the approximate 4.5% hike will result in a $2.58 Million annual increase to the District.
I will leave it to the teachers out there to assign this as algebra problems appropriate to the standards and curriculum for each grade.
- How many pencils does this equate to?
- …red rubber playground balls?
- How many art teachers?
- …library books?
- …school nurses?
- …furlough days?
- How many kids in overcrowded classrooms?
Yesterday’s rate hike was a first step in anticipated future increases.
LA council votes to increase DWP rates - Los Angeles Times