State's May Revise Gives more Money to Schools
Original post made by parent on May 16, 2011
State income is up which means that schools will receive more next year based on their assumptions.
Because of California's Proposition 98 guarantee, the state would owe K-12 schools and community colleges about half of those revenues. Brown's plan envisions schools getting about $3 billion more next year than it is getting this year.
This will now show how well the school board works. If the income for next year is more than this year, and they still eliminate programs and fire teachers, you know they are doing something wrong.
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