[Ed. – Old guy’s going batty.]
“I don’t know what the affluent families are doing,” Brown said. “They’re not producing or something, because half the kids in schools are from low-income families.”
At the conference, held in San Diego, Calif., in late June, Brown said California had addressed the fact that millions of children in the state’s school do not speak English.
“It’s pretty amazing,” Brown said. “I don’t know what the affluent families are doing.
“They’re not producing or something, because half the kids in schools are from low-income families,” Brown said. [Uh, no. They’re putting their kids in private schools, they’re homeschooling, and they’re leaving the state. – Ed]
Brown also spoke about immigration and “brown power.”
“Yeah, there’s a border, but there’s something bigger,” Brown said.
“And that is the human family,” said Brown, adding that California works with other countries on issues ranging from trade to climate change. …
“The point is, you never keep control forever,” Brown said. “There’s always new waves coming.
“So you’ve got to stay ahead of the wave,” he added. “That’s what we call brown power.”