From the Reporter
What Happened
The San Diego Unified school board backtracked on a plan to shift all of its federal money for disadvantaged students to the very poorest schools.
The History
Shifting the funds was one of the most disputed decisions for the new school board and was intended to address the achievement gap. A similar plan was passed and then scuttled two years ago.
What It Means
Dropping the plan was the latest in a string of recent school board vacillations on everything from school closures to busing cuts.

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