Christina Hoag

Reporter covering urban education and social justice issues for the Associated Press

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Reporter covering urban education and social justice issues for the Associated Press

Christina Hoag on KCRW

Has Governor Brown’s new formula for education funding created winners and losers among local school districts? Prop 30, in last year’s election, raised state taxes for education.

LA-Area School Districts Pitted Over Funding

Has Governor Brown’s new formula for education funding created winners and losers among local school districts? Prop 30, in last year’s election, raised state taxes for education.

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