EdSource’s John Fensterwald reports on the inclusion in the state budget  of $13.1 million to support community engagement with the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). This is the 2013 law that reformed school spending, and requires that parents and students be involving in deciding how to spend school funds. Public Advocates’ Liz Guillen is quoted in the article.


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