Audit: Incorrect class sizes cost California district more

08/29/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Santa Ana has already lost $2 million in state funding for allegedly falsifying elementary rosters so classes would be eligible for additional state funds for small class sizes. The new audit found two district high schools left 467 mainstreamed special-education students off class rosters so the classes would be eligible for up to $110,000 in additional funding, which it now must return.

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