Advocates of a multibillion-dollar model for California schools criticize a rocky rollout

SACRAMENTO — After successfully pushing for a multibillion-dollar program to infuse high-poverty schools with an array of services, United Ways of California is urging state lawmakers to split with Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and tap the breaks on its expansion, pointing to “issues that have plagued this program since day one.”

In a surprising twist, the same group that lobbied for the model just last year is now pleading with budget staffers

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