September 27, 2017 – Jason Ruiz of the Long Beach Post writes about the $24 million finding by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). According to LACOE, the Long Beach Unified School District misspent $24 million that was intended for high need students. Managing Attorney John Affeldt is quoted in the article saying, “We wouldn’t have filed the appeal if we didn’t think we were right. This is just more wind in the sails of confirming that we’re right. That you can’t take a basic service like the textbook that every student uses and say one-hundred percent of the cost of that are principally directed toward high-needs students. It doesn’t make logical sense.”

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