Date: February 2, 2016 File: publicadvocates-education-one-sheet-final.pdf Education One Sheet
Bay Area News Group reporter Joyce Tsai reports on complaint filed by Public Advocates regarding Mt. Diablo Unified School District’s spending plan for high-need students.
Is Mt. Diablo Unified spending enough to help its low income students?
By Joyce Tsai, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joyce Tsai reports in the East Bay Times that Mt. Diablo Unified is facing criticism for purportedly failing to justify how its local control funding plans specifically support low-income and high-need students.
She writes, “The attorneys for San Francisco-based Public Advocates say that the school district has not done an adequate job of explaining how its expenditures specifically help its high-need students, which is required by the Local Control Funding Formula, the state’s 2013 education finance reform law.”
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