Much of California’s school funding is allocated through programs whose funding comes with requirements that districts use the money to support specific programs. In 2008–09, the strings were taken off 40 of these programs as part of a deal that also reduced their funding. This report presents the results of a survey of California’s district chief financial officers (CFOs), describing how they made decisions in light of this new state policy.
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