September 29 | The Sacramento Bee

By Jim Miller

California school boards want a judge to force changes to the June state budget that would provide more money for schools, among the interests that fared best in this year’s plan.

In a lawsuit last week, the California School Boards Association argues that the budget improperly included additional spending on childcare within the voter-approved constitutional guarantee for spending on K-12 schools and community colleges. The guarantee should have been adjusted, or “rebenched,” to reflect the change, the suit contends.

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