Educators offered support services for students and families while underscoring the importance of a robust education system.
Fewer districts than in past presidential elections bet that voters would approve a tax increase during a pandemic and a recession.
Despite being outspent, the No on Prop. 16 campaign is leading in at least one statewide poll.
More than 60 districts throughout California seek as little as $2 million up to $7 billion for school construction, repairs and technology.
Youth activists from San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Palo Alto and Culver City are among those working to lower voting ages in cities and the state.
Bond measure to be placed on the Nov. 3 ballot would cover one-fifth of the $3.4 billion need identified in a Facilities Master Plan.
Alameda County may choose to wait to begin collecting the new sales tax until legal challenges involving other initiatives are resolved.
The $15 billion bond measure is unnecessary and unwise, opponents say.
Ballot measure proponents advocate for a new, ongoing source of funding for state's education priorities.
California’s public higher education system needs new investments to protect students’ health and safety.
Activists against school closures are targeting for recall Oakland Unified school board member Jody London, who voted in favor of school closures.
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.
Backers and opponents of a $15 billion K-12 and college construction bond are wondering if association with infamous Prop. 13 will affect the vote.
Potentially two initiatives on the November 2020 ballot could create a choice or confusion for voters.
Only about 1 in 8 districts in California have ever passed a parcel tax. Most of those districts don't have much in common with LAUSD.