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September 12, 2013 5:55 PM

Our View: San Joaquin district rakes in windfall

Administrators of the New Jerusalem School District in south San Joaquin County are unhappy that the state has dramatically reduced how much money they will get from the state this year. We’re more unhappy about the exorbitant $8.7 million the combination traditional-charter district received last year.

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