California school funding formula tied to English learners, needy
from The Herald
California schools that serve low-income children and those with limited English language abilities will get more money in the next few years under recently approved changes. But how that money is spent and how schools are accountable for the results are still being debated at the state level. Organizations that lobbied for the changes want to make sure those extra dollars are spent on the children who are generating the added income in the first place.
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