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EdBudget Tables (January 2017)

January 13, 2017 - At key times during the state's budget cycle, we post tables containing important information about the education parts of the budget. This initial January posting reflects the 2017-18 Governor's Budget proposals. The tables cover Proposition 98, K-12 education, child care and preschool, higher education, and student financial aid. We will publish additional tables as we have them available.

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EdBudget Tables (July 2016)

July 14, 2016 - EdBudget Tables (July 2016)

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What Are Alternative Schools and How Does the State Fund Them?

July 6, 2016 - What Are Alternative Schools and How Does the State Fund Them? This is one in a set of issue briefs examining important questions about education funding in California. For more, see our EdBasics page.

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EdBudget Tables (May 2016)

May 17, 2016 - At key times during the state’s budget cycle, we post tables containing important information about the education parts of the budget. This May posting reflects the 2016-17 May Revision proposals. The tables cover Proposition 98, K-12 education, child care and preschool, higher education, and student financial aid.

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January EdBudget Tables (2016)

January 14, 2016 - At key times during the state’s budget cycle, we post tables containing important information about the education parts of the budget. This January posting reflects the 2016-17 Governor’s Budget proposals. The tables cover Proposition 98, K-12 education, child care and preschool, higher education, and student financial aid.

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What Is the Adult Education Block Grant?

January 6, 2016 - What Is the Adult Education Block Grant? This is one of a series of issue briefs examining important questions about education funding in California. For more, see our EdBasics page.

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2015-16 State Budget Infographic

November 16, 2015 - This infographic presents information about the current state budget (2015-16) and compares the level of spending and revenues assumed in the current budget to historical levels since 1950-51. As a share of personal income—one broad measure of the size of the California economy—state spending has been relatively flat since the late 1970s. Spending on health and human services and corrections programs has generally increased over the period, while spending on higher education and transportation programs has generally decreased. Since 1950-51, the personal income tax has replaced the sales and use tax as the predominant source of General Fund revenue.

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What Are California’s Major School Readiness Programs?

November 1, 2015 - What Are California’s Major School Readiness Programs? This is one of a series of issue briefs examining important questions about education funding in California.

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Final EdBudget Tables (2015)

October 19, 2015 - At key times during the state’s budget cycle, we post tables containing important information about the education parts of the budget. Specifically, we post tables in January, May, and October. The January tables generally reflect the Governor’s Budget proposal, the May tables reflect the Governor’s May Revision, and the October tables reflect the final enacted budget. The tables currently highlighted are for the state’s enacted 2015-16 budget. The tables cover all areas of education, with tables on K-12 education, adult and workforce education, community colleges, universities, financial aid, child care and preschool.

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Infographic: California's State Budget

October 24, 2014 - This infographic presents information about the current state budget (2014-15) and compares the level of spending and revenues assumed in the current budget to historical levels since 1950-51. As a share of personal income—one broad measure of the size of the California economy—state spending has been relatively flat since the late 1970s. Spending on health and human services and corrections programs has generally increased over the period, while spending on higher education and transportation programs has generally decreased. Since 1950-51, the personal income tax has replaced the sales and use tax as the predominant source of General Fund revenue.

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How Are County Offices of Education (COEs) Funded Under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)?

January 1, 2014 - How Are County Offices of Education (COEs) Funded Under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)? This is one in a set of issue briefs examining important questions about education funding in California.

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How Are School Districts Funded Under The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)?

January 1, 2014 - How Are School Districts Funded Under The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)? This is one of a series of issue briefs examining important questions about education funding in California.

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Who Pays Education Costs at California’s Public Colleges and Universities?

January 11, 2012 - Who Pays Education Costs at California’s Public Colleges and Universities? (updated November 2009). This is one of a series of issue briefs examining important questions about higher education funding in California. For more information on this topic, or to request other briefs from this series, contact the Legislative Analyst’s Office Higher Education section at (916) 319-8349, or visit our Web site at www.lao.ca.gov/highered.

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How Will the California Dream Act Affect Higher Education Costs?

November 30, 2011 - How Will the California Dream Act Affect Higher Education Costs? This is one of a series of issue briefs examining important questions about higher education funding in California. For more information on this topic, or to request other briefs from this series, contact the Legislative Analyst’s Office Higher Education section at (916) 319-8349, or visit our website at www.lao.ca.gov.

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Summary of State Collective Bargaining Agreements

August 31, 2011 - This webcast and accompanying handout summarize the major provisions of the collective bargaining agreements that the Legislature ratified in 2010-11. During the first 12 months of these agreements, most employees receive lower total compensation and the state experiences net employee compensation savings. In future years, employees will receive higher total compensation and the state will experience increased costs. UPDATE 9/1/11 -- Handout updated to include reference to a 2009 state law eliminating two state holidays.