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As California school districts cope with declines in local and state revenue, more of them are showing up on the state Department of Education lists of financial distress.

The latest of the semi-annual listings, released Thursday, reveals that a third of the state's 6 million K-12 students are attending schools in 127 districts rated as in danger of being unable to meet their financial obligations, 17 more than made the list a year earlier.

Seven districts were given "negative certification" for being in imminent fiscal danger while 120 others were given "qualified certification," including the state's largest district, Los Angeles Unified.



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