California to spend more to educate poor, non-English speakers
Public schools in California would receive significantly more money to educate students from disadvantaged backgrounds under a deal announced that would dramatically reshape public school funding in the nation's most populous state. The deal, part of a broader agreement on the state's budget, also gives local school districts more control over how they spend the $55.3 billion that the state expects to allocate for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1.
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