California Budget Project’s Analysis of Propositions 30 and 38, For November 2012

California Budget Project’s Analysis of Propositions 30 and 38, For November 2012

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California Budget Project‘s Senior Policy Analyst and specialist in education issues, Jonathan Kaplan, recently released Budget Briefs analyzing the potential impact of two ballot initiatives in California that propose to fund K-12 education. This November, voters will decide if they want to vote for one, both, or none, and in order to do so, they’ll have to understand what each one accomplishes and what the consequences are.

The analysis is very comprehensive, so I’m reproducing the Budget Briefs here so you can download and read at your own leisure. Links lead to the Secretary of State’s website which also tell you who is backing which initiative. You can also read the official title of Proposition 30 and Proposition 38 that the Attorney General of California generates for the Secretary of State at this page.

Proposition 30, “Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012″ (financial backers)

CBP 9/11/12: Proposition 30 Budget Brief

Proposition 38, “Our Children, Our Future: Local Schools and Early Education Investment and Bond Debt Reduction Act” (financial backers)

CBP 9/7/2012 Proposition 38 Budget Brief

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I'm Cynthia Liu, Owner/Founder of K12 News Network. I'm the proud product of public schools through post-grad, the mom of a child in public schools, and the daughter of two teachers. Connect with me professionally on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthialiuk12nn

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  1. The November 2012 Save California Public Schools Toolkit | K-12 News Network - September 27, 2012, 1:44 pm

    [...] and provided to the Secretary of State; here you’ll also find very detailed analysis of Prop 30 and Prop 38 performed by a non-profit, non-partisan group whose mission it is to analyze and translate state [...]

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