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California School Funding

School districts across California have sued the state and its financial chiefs, claiming they’re shirking their constitutional duty to pay for mandated school programs by writing a one-time check that doesn’t come close to paying for the programs – and then calling the accounts settled.

SAN DIEGO – School districts across California have sued the state and its financial chiefs, claiming they’re shirking their constitutional duty to pay for mandated school programs by writing a one-time check that doesn’t come close to paying for the programs – and then calling the accounts settled.

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