The new funding formula for K-12 schools in California sets aside extra money for districts with many at-risk students. That is to say, kids who are in foster care, come from low-income homes, or are still learning English. Districts get to choose how to spend the money, but their budgets will be judged by how well they improve outcomes. Here's a look at early steps in Oakland Unified, where 80 percent of students are considered at risk. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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