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Troubled districts would get a lifeline from Newsoms’s cost-of-living adjustment

West Contra Costa Unified is one of the districts that could temporarily benefit. The school district has been anticipating $15 million in cuts from its 2022-23 budget. If the adjustment is approved, Associate Superintendent of Business Services Tony Wold said the projected deficit would be staved off until 2023-24 and then effectively cut in half.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2022 - 02:40

The California Department of Education is dragging its feet on the release of Smarter Balanced test scores for the 2021-2022 academic year, which are expected to show setbacks in math and reading s