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Californians Face Crucial Vote for Public Schools in November

Californians Face crucial vote information.
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EdSource created a very informative document to help voters make sense out of Prop 30 and 38, two very crucial items on the ballot that voters are being asked to consider for the November election.

California’s K-12 schools are severely underfunded compared to many other states.
Budget cuts in recent years have led to fewer instructional days, larger classes, fewer
counselors and other reductions in core student services.

Two initiatives on the November 6, 2012 ballot attempt to address the state’s inability to close its
budget deficits and stabilize funding for schools. Californians can vote for either or both measures.
If they both pass, the one with the most votes will become law.

The above infographic was produced by EdSource, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1977 to engage Californians on key education challenges, with the goal of promoting education success. I encourage votes to view this document in order to become an informed voter regarding these two significant propositions.

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