It would raise an estimated $500 to $800 million every year for schools. That could help restore money that has been cut since 2009.
Local business owner, Steve Funk says he may be affected by the tax, but voters must consider the past cuts to education.
“Right now we are delivering less for our kids than we have for ourselves and we have to turn that around if this state is going to survive," says Funk.
Teachers complained about summer temperatures in classrooms that were above 90 degrees, 12-year-old science textbooks and high teacher-to-student ratios. Trade unions and MGM Resorts oppose the measure.
They say it will cost thousands of jobs.
San Juan Unified School District teachers are being mentored by Sac State professors to learn new teaching methods and how to incorporate social justice teachings into their high school classrooms.
Remember when school started after Labor Day? If you can you may be dating yourself a bit. The first day of class for California schools is getting earlier and earlier.
Authorities may know all too well that sex trafficking is a crime that is growing in California. But for those most at risk, teenagers, it might seem something abstract.
A California lawmaker’s push to reduce discrimination against gays and lesbians at religious colleges and universities is sparking new debate over the separation of church and state.
A $2.3 million federal grant will be used to help migrant farmworker students at Sacramento State.