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Roseville, CA – Roseville and Rocklin school districts will receive a total of over $6 million of entitlements from the state in an effort to jump start the California Common Core State Standards.

Common Core is a national initiative to establish consistent education standards.


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In order to assist districts with the implementation of the California Common Core State Standards, the state has allocated  funds to each school district.  As a condition of receiving the funds, a spending plan must be presented at a public Board of Trustees Meeting and approved a  subsequent public meeting.

Once approved, the allocated funds must be spent by July 1, 2015.ย 

Roseville & Rocklin School Districts

  • $1,998,172   Roseville City Elementary 
  • $2,051,025   Roseville Joint Union High
  • $2,274,294   Rocklin Unified
  • $37,379        Rocklin Unified Rocklin Academy at Meyers Street
  • $56,270        Rocklin Unified Maria Montessori Charter Academy
  • $74,758        Rocklin Unified Rocklin Academy

The funds must be used specifically for professional development, instructional materials, and technology (including equipment and infrastructure).

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