Show Me The Money, Roy
Now, according to my limited math skills, that work out to $450,943 per child. (Divide $239 million by 530 students, and you get that figure.)
As Muhlausen puts it, "Either students in Los Angeles are attending tutoring sessions in gold-plated salons and riding to their new schools in limousines, or the money isn’t being spent as intended."
So use that eight-pound human head and show me the money, Roy.