Poll: Californians have rosier view of their schools and want to fund them more
California’s voters have an improved view of public education in the state and want to increase the funds schools get, according to an annual PACE/USC Rossier School of Education poll. Researchers noted that voters’ optimism regarding their local public schools has reached a high point since the poll began five years ago. Twenty-three percent of Californians...
By Craig Clough | September 12, 2016
CA voters OK with taxes to support public schools, new poll says
A new poll shows that California voters would support reauthorization of Proposition 30, a 2012 measure that raised taxes to support public education. The survey by PACE/USC Rossier School of Education Poll shows 63 percent of voters favor extending at least one provision of Prop. 30 — the tax increase on high incomes or the...
By LA School Report | August 27, 2015