A child practices writing in his 5th grade class in Fresno, California.
The California Board of Education has unanimously approved new rules governing how school districts should spend extra state funds for their neediest students. Under the new funding system, districts with large numbers of at-risk students get thousands of dollars more per child. But districts aren't only going to have to spend the money directly on the neediest students, they'll also have to show how they're spending the money. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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