Computers seemingly replace books at California High School

Castlemont High School was split into three smaller, specialized schools in an attempt to raise attendance and improve student-teacher relationships a few years ago, and the library got lost in the shuffle. "We ain't been able to checkout books or nothing since I've been here," senior Erik Fuller said recently.

Castlemont does have several shelves of books inside a back room, mainly used as a storage space until a few weeks ago. The Oakland Tribune Has More.

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We ain't been able to checkout books or nothing since I've been here,"

Not to pick on the kid, but it that is the kind of students they are turning our perhaps they should can a few administrators or teachers and hire a couple of librarians.