EdSource’s John Fensterwald reports on an anticipated decision at the state level to allow school districts throughout California to delay the creation of their spending plans known as LCAPs. According to the article this decision would be at least a partial victory for the Equity Coalition, a group of statewide organizations that advocate for low-income and students of color, since it delays but doesn’t cancel the LCAPs altogether. John Affeldt of Public Advocates, a lead organization of the coalition, is quoted in the article:   Districts shouldn’t get a year off, John Affeldt, one of the letter’s drafters and the managing attorney for the nonprofit law firm Public Advocates, said in an interview. “You don’t get a mulligan on democracy.”

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