SACRAMENTO — Gov.
Schools that serve low-income students and non-native English speakers will receive more money under the formula, while all school districts will be given new flexibility in how they spend the funds they receive from Sacramento.
The change will be a boon for large urban districts like the
At a Los Angeles news conference Monday morning, the governor called the plan "truly revolutionary."
After weeks of public debate, mostly between Brown and Democratic legislative leaders over how the money should be distributed, the final proposal was embraced by lawmakers of both parties. Republican Assemblywoman
The governor will host another signing ceremony at a Sacramento middle school on Monday afternoon.