By Jessica A. York
The Vallejo School district launched its first step in budgeting planning for next school year on Wednesday, even as plans for some $4 million in new state funding entered their second stage.
Vallejo City Unified School District Superintendent Ramona Bishop updated the school board on her office’s outreach to various focus groups — ranging from students and parents to teacher and management — to create the first Local Control Accountability Plan.
Under Gov. Jerry Brown’s January spending plan, Vallejo’s schools could see a $10 million budget increase. A large percentage of that would be locked in for programs supporting low-income students, English language learners and foster students, and%