California’s most vulnerable students may be seeing increased funding soon

By Betty Marquez Rosales

“If California’s proposed budget is approved as it currently stands, county offices of education will get an increase of $80 million in ongoing funding to be used toward juvenile court schools and alternative schools. It’s an amount that staff in county offices say would help them better support the students they serve and that education researchers hope will include accountability reporting for greater transparency into how county offices allocate such funding.”

This summary originated from a story produced by Betty Marquez Rosales for EdSource.