A massive new program to reduce class sizes in California will benefit the Los Angeles Unified School District more than anticipated. District officials had expected the state to fund about 80 local schools. Instead, the actual number is likely to be 86 to 93 campuses. That's just a handful more, but for those extra schools, it will be a bit like winning the lottery. These schools will get as much as $1,000 more per student for seven years.