Gov. Brown Proposes Boost To Education Funding

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Governor Brown's proposed budget, released today, includes a much needed boost to spending on public education.

The Governor's plan provides $1,046 more per K-12 student in 2013-14 than was provided in 2011-12. The plan also proposes to invest $1 billion in one-time revenues to fund professional development, instructional materials and enhancements to technology to support the implementation of the Common Core Standards.

For more details, access the press release from Governor Brown's office here and the revised budget here.

 

Topics:  Education Budget, Funding

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