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Posted January 31, 2012 in California Educator

Lower state revenues trigger cuts to schools and colleges

The dreaded moment that California schools had been anticipating finally arrived in mid-December when the Department of Finance and Gov. Jerry Brown announced that state revenue was $2.2 billion lower...

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Posted January 23, 2014 in Site Pages

Community Colleges to Benefit from Proposition 30 Revenues

Community Colleges to Benefit from Proposition 30 Revenues

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Posted March 10, 2014 in the Blog

February Revenues Outpace Estimates by $968 Million

There’s even more good news on the revenue front: state income for February is up 20.9% over estimates, according to State Controller John Chiang.

Posted January 06, 2012 in the Blog

Governor Warns New Trigger Cuts Will Hit Schools If Voters Reject Revenues

Governor Unveils Proposed 2012-13 Budget; Warns of New Trigger Cuts if Voters Don’t Pass Revenues

(At left: Gov. Brown unveils a chart revealing key elements of his proposed 2012-2013 state bud...

Posted October 23, 2013 in the Blog

Good News for Schools: Year-to-Date Revenues are Up $136 Million Above Estimates

Our public schools are receiving more good news in the form of the latest announcement from State Controller John Chiang that state revenues are coming in even higher than...

Posted May 07, 2013 in the Blog

Legislative Analyst: New Revenues Expected to Boost K-14 Funding by More Than $4 Billion

The Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) has released figures that reveal California public schools are likely to see an additional $4.3 billion over two years. The LAO charts reflect a change from...

Posted September 15, 2008 in Press Releases

California Teachers Oppose Lawmakers’ New Budget Package Deal That Fails to Provide Revenues and Prevent Deeper Cuts to Public Schools

“Despite strong opposition from California voters, state lawmakers are expected to vote later today on a state budget package proposal that fails to provide ongoing revenues to prevent deeper cuts to public...

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Posted February 10, 2011 in Media Center


Restore Tax Fairness to California

California has long relied on mostly short-term solutions to our budget problems, which has done us no long-term favors. The health of California's public schools depends on stable tax revenues. It is...

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Posted May 17, 2013 in Site Pages

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Posted January 11, 2011 in Press Releases

Governor Brown’s Budget Plan is Tough, Balanced Approach to Solving Deficit

David A. Sanchez, president of the 325,000-member California Teachers Association, released this statement about Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget:

“We commend the governor for taking...

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