Many California programs at risk because of funding "flexibility"

California vocational education classes that have appealed to some teens at risk of dropping out may be eliminated as the state and districts attempt to balance their budgets. The state's budget deal eliminates dedicated funding for such programs -- as well as those for gifted students, high-school counselors and adult education -- to give districts more flexibility to spend state money where district officials say it is needed most.

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