Federal stimulus funding is coming to the aid of California’s school districts. An EdSource analysis projects that of the 897 districts that receive their funding through the state’s education funding formula, 60.4 percent would get more in stimulus funding than they’d lose in state cuts.
California has put on hold most aspects of its school accountability system. Following Gov. Newsom's executive order on April 23, state guidance on the Local Control and Accountability Plan expected soon.