HELP—In school finances, the numbers don’t add up.
Tempering the good news that California has received unexpected billions in state tax revenue—and local teacher jobs have been saved—comes word that the school districts, and not the county health departments, will be obligated to pay for costly mental health services.
At Las Virgenes Unified School District, the cost for mental health services runs more than $3 million a year. The burden on LVUSD could turn the recent go...
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