Now that I read the so-called feasibility study and the late breaking "recommendations" by the superintendent I am mortified. Why is this program being forced onto a community that has valid concerns and issues that are being whitewashed? The Ohlone proposal is just one more in a long list of stop gaps to get this program in no matter what. For the superintendent to say we should launch a choice program serving a very small percentage of students because it is "affordable" instead of doing the hard work of getting a real language program for all students implemented is a monumental failure of management. Above all, we are a public school district. There are a host of real issues we should all be spending our time and dollars on, not a narrow program serving the interests of a very few.