The first major challenge to Prop. 13’s limit on property taxes would have provided an estimated $2.5 billion to $4.5 billion annually for K-12 schools and community colleges.
The first effort in 42 years to change Prop. 13 would provide $2.6 billion to $4.6 billion for K-12 schools and community colleges.
See how much money K-12 districts and charter schools might receive in 2025-26 if voters pass Prop. 15 on Nov. 3.
Big corporate property owners would pay the bulk of new taxes; opponents claim costs would be borne by small business renters.
Prop. 16 appears in trouble, but voters narrowly support taxing commercial property to raise billions for schools and local governments.
Ballot measure proponents advocate for a new, ongoing source of funding for state's education priorities.
In an interview, Alex Caputo-Pearl discusses the L.A. Unified strike’s legacy, current relations between the union and district and more.
John Fensterwald debates predictions for big events in California education in 2020 with Ryan Smith of the Partnership for LA Schools.
A coalition organized by Children Now wants the governor to negotiate with Prop. 13 reformers for one tax initiative on the November ballot.
To avoid competing tax initiatives benefiting education on the same statewide ballot, it eyes 2022 instead.
If there is confusion over the ballot designation Prop. 13, bond backers say not to worry; the campaign for March measure has yet to begin.
This week: We discuss retiring CSU Chancellor Timothy White's impact and why two competing taxes on the November 2020 ballot would be problematic.
Backers of two competing tax proposals begin gathering signatures; will Gov. Gavin Newsom negotiate a compromise?
Potentially two initiatives on the November 2020 ballot could create a choice or confusion for voters.