Legislative auditors examined a small sample of school districts, only 10 out of 296 districts statewide. But they found that half of those 10 were struggling with their at-risk programs.
Such programs are designed to help students who are considered at-risk of failing. The state spends $368 million on such programs, and funding has increased dramatically in recent years.
But Chase-Raymond's superintendent says it followed state guidelines.
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