Lodi Unified School District and the charter schools under its umbrella will receive a combined $1.5 million from the state in the second round of planning funds from voter-approved Proposition 39, State Superintendent Tom Torlakson announced this week. It is the second installment.
The district will receive the largest amount, at $1.2 million, while each of its five charter schools will get an average of $54,000 each. This include Joe Serna Jr. Charter School, Rio Valley Charter School and three Aspire Public Schools.
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