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Four San Diego County school districts will receive funding for emergency repairs from the state, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell announced today. Escondido Union schools will get roughly $1.7 million, San Diego Unified about $1.1 million, Chula Vista Elementary schools $170,000 and Oceanside schools almost $17,000. Roughly $16 million in emergency repair funding was provided to schools statewide, divvied up by the State Allocation Board, which decides how to divide state bond proceeds and other state facilities grants.