According to Los Angeles, CA, DailyNews.com, 338 school districts will receive grants, totaling $46.5 million, by the state as part of the Teacher Recruitment and Student Support Program. The dollars will be used for various programs, including the cleaning and upkeep of various campuses and safety of students.

"On school cleanliness and safety, sites will have the ability to spend money how they choose. It could be additional custodial time. Every school never has enough of those because there's never enough time and money," said Phil Rosell, director of curriculum, instruction and assessment in the Lancaster School District where 11 schools will receive funds.

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