TRUTH: While districts now have more flexibility over how to spend the money than they had in the past, there are still spending requirements. Schools districts are receiving more money for each student who is low-income, learning English, or in foster care. The additional money generated by these students will be distributed through two types of grants, called supplemental and concentration grants, which must be spent on services and supports for English learners, low-income students, and foster youth. And, district and school spending must follow the district’s and school’s plan on to improve the educational outcomes – like higher graduation rates, higher college readiness rates—of the students they serve.