Oakland, Calif., Schools Seek Emergency Aid Public schools in Oakland, Calif., appeal to the state for a $100-million emergency loan to help pay teachers and keep doors open for the rest of the year. If granted, it would be the biggest bailout of a school system in California's history. KQED's Kathryn Baron reports.

Oakland, Calif., Schools Seek Emergency Aid

Oakland, Calif., Schools Seek Emergency Aid

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Public schools in Oakland, Calif., appeal to the state for a $100-million emergency loan to help pay teachers and keep doors open for the rest of the year. If granted, it would be the biggest bailout of a school system in California's history. KQED's Kathryn Baron reports.

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