The governor, who opposed Prop. 51, will get the oversight changes he wanted.
Trump will propose a voucher program; Brown will address the teacher shortage.
Districts are worried the governor will slow down distribution of Proposition 51's matching funds.
State propositions extend tax on wealthy residents, fund a $9 billion construction bond and repeal English-only instruction law.
More than $75 million has been spent in an effort to get the three ballot measures passed.
the California Teachers Association this weekend mobilized supporters to boost voter turnout on behalf of two ballot measures -- Propositions 55 and 58 -- that will have a direct bearing on schools and community colleges.
It is the first statewide school construction bond measure since 2006.
Backers of extending the tax on wealthy residents also have yet to seal the deal.