The busing proposal put forth by the Garden Grove Unified School District (Feb. 3) is extremely helpful in two ways.
First, it solves an intradistrict overcrowding problem by moving students from crowded areas to underutilized district facilities. This is the most efficient and logical solution to the problem.
Second, and more important, it provides all of the children with a special learning experience--exposure and interaction with other children from different backgrounds. Such an experience, if handled correctly, can only enrich all of the children.
I am saddened by the vigorous uproar of the district's Anglo parents. These parents want their children to attend the "best" schools. According to their mentality, however, the "best" schools are the white schools, with a limited number of students that they perceive as "outsiders."