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This report identifies eight "stress factors" that are threatening the ability of California school districts to provide a quality education to California ... Read more May 2012
This Q&A provides clear, accurate answers to common questions about what the state's fiscal crisis means for education funding and California's schools. (Also in ... Read more May 2011
Este Q & A ofrece respuestas claras y precisas a las preguntas más comunes acerca de lo que la crisis fiscal del estado de los medios para financiar la ... Read more May 2011
This free report summarizes the key decisions for K-12 education from the 2010-11 budget.
This free report examines the financial circumstances of California’s school districts and their actions to cope with the demand to "do more with less." ... Read more December 2010
This report compares California's education expenditures with those of
A 6-page report on the EdSource 2010 Forum held on March 19, 2010.
This issue brief highlights the comments of California Community
Colleges Chancellor Jack Scott and Hal Plotkin, a senior policy advisor
in the U.S. Department of ... Read more April 2010
This report describes the 2009-10 education budget, how California got into to such a difficult budget situation, and the challenges schools now face.
This issue brief on community college funding looks at the current enrollment pressures on community colleges and the resources available.
EdSource’s annual report on school finance explains the major features of the K–12 education budget and some of the complex political and economic factors ... Read more January 2009
EdSource’s first issue brief on community college funding looks at the current enrollment pressures on community colleges and the resources available.
This report discusses the current status of California’s education data system, including CALPADS and CALTIDES.
A look at key education indicators for California and the U.S.
This report offers a comprehensive look at lawmakers’ funding decisions for schools this year and the impact those decisions may have on future budgets.
This brief provides a quick look at funding for California schools in 2007-08.
This publication lists the major state and federal categorical programs, and funding amounts, in the 2007-08 California State Budget.
This report looks at how school district revenues and expenditures in California have changed.
This report offers a comprehensive look at this year’s funding decisions for schools, recent budget history, and how the state’s schools are funded.
This summary highlights the increases and explains where money is going for the 2006-07 school year.
This 2006 election brief describes the provisions of Proposition 1D.
This annual rankings report includes numerous charts and graphs that detail the state’s standing nationally.
This report details the amount of money available for California K-12 public education and how it was allocated for 2003-04. It also provides perspective on how ... Read more November 2003
This summary of EdSource's report, School Finance 2003–04: State Budget Woes Reverberate Through K–12 Education, highlights the ... Read more November 2003
This report, based on the National Education Association's Rankings and Estimates, 2002–03, ... Read more August 2003
This report details how much funding K–12 education was expected to receive overall for 2002–03, how those funds were to be allocated by the state, and ... Read more November 2002
This issue brief highlights the funding that K–12 education received overall for 2002–03, including funds from the then-new federal No Child Left Behind Act. ... Read more November 2002
This report, filled with charts and graphs, examines how California compares with other states in education spending, teacher salaries, and student-teacher ratio at the ... Read more September 2002
Proposition 49, passed in November 2002, greatly increased and made permanent California’s financial commitment to before- and after-school programs for students ... Read more September 2002
This 2001 fact sheet looks at where education dollars go.
This October 2001 report, filled with charts and graphs, examines how California compares with other states in such things as education spending, teacher salaries, and ... Read more October 2001
Our annual update of the state's education budget and key legislative decisions for the 2000–01 school year examines funding plans for assessment and ... Read more October 2000
This publication summarizes the in-depth report, School Finance 2000–01. See our main catalog of publications for an ... Read more October 2000
Proposition 39 reduced from two-thirds to 55% the vote school districts and community colleges need to authorize local general obligation bonds for school construction. ... Read more September 2000
Had voters passed it, Proposition 38 would have provided tax-free scholarships (vouchers) for private school tuition to the parents of all California K–12 ... Read more September 2000
Would additional funding help California's schools improve student achievement? Just how much funding would be adequate—and where would it best be spent—for ... Read more April 2000
This is an executive summary of our in-depth report, published in April 2000, on school funding adequacy in California. April 2000
This eight-page report, which focuses on 1997–98 statistics, includes state-by-state data on expenditures, teacher salaries, sources of school revenue, and ... Read more March 2000
This booklet from 2000 describes how California's education funding system works. For the most updated information, see our school finance ... Read more February 2000
This publication looks at trends in voter approval of local general obligation bond measures.
This June 1999 report offers an extensive examination of the challenges facing high schools in California.
Finding space for the growing student population presented an enormous challenge. This report explains the dimensions of the problem.
Proposition 47, passed in 2002, provided general obligation bonds for construction and modernization of education facilities. In preparation for the vote, EdSource ... Read more
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