Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Morning Report Morning Report:

Morning Report: Schools Reverse Course Again on Poor Schools
In yet another case of waffling, the San Diego school board last night backed awayfrom an explosively controversial plan it began one year ago to radically change how it allocates money for disadvantaged students. Now, the district won't shift all of the money to the very poorest schools.
We've created a map to show you which schools would have gained and which would lost if the board hadn't reversed itself. The map makes it clear that schools in southeastern San Diego would've gained the most.
Emily Alpert found a bigger trend in the move. "Dropping the plan was the latest in a string of recent school board vacillations on everything from school closures to busing cuts," she wrote.
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