Lodi Unified School District is expected to receive close to $4 million from the Lottery Education Fund, State Controller John Chiang announced this week. California school districts, educational institutions and other state agencies such as the California State Authority for the 2010-11 fiscal year totaled $1.12 billion.
Payments to K-12 schools and community colleges are made to county treasurers, who then distribute the money to school districts based on their size. Smaller districts will receive a smaller apportionment; New Hope, for example, is expected to get about $24,000.
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