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Remember to vote YES on Proposition 13 in California’s upcoming March 3 primary election. The bond measure would bring $15 billion to California schools and colleges.

Not to be confused with the infamous Prop. 13 passed by voters in 1978, Proposition 13 this year is the School and College Facilities Bond. It will authorize $15 billion for new facilities and modernization, including $9 billion for preschool and K-12, $4 billion for universities, and $2 billion for community colleges. The state has run out of matching funds for districts since the last school bond measure was approved by voters in 2016, so it’s critically important Prop. 13 passes.

Strong schools and colleges lead to strong communities. See our video on how schools are funded at youtu.be/RGWvlFttH1I.

More information about the Proposition 13 school bond measure, as well as a complete list of CTA-recommended March primary candidates, can be found at cta.org/campaign. For CTA’s positions on current bills (updated throughout the legislative session), visit cta.org/legislation. You can build your own personalized voter guide at cta.yourvoter.guide.

Know that when you cast your vote for CTA-recommended initiatives and candidates, you’re voting for those who support students, teaching and learning.

Haven’t registered to vote yet? Feb. 18 is the deadline to register to vote in California’s March 3 primary election. Go to registertovote.ca.gov.