The 10 best — and 10 worst — public schools in California

When it comes to education, every parent wants the best for their children.

Quality learning environments and reliable teachers are crucial factors in influencing a student’s academic performance.

Dedicatedly evaluating both pros and cons would help parents make informed decisions about where to send their kids. In this article, we will shed light on the 10 best and 10 worst public schools in California.

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