Education. "State Director of Finance Ana Matosantos said Friday that lawmakers and Gov. Jerry Brown also have to consider possible cost increases, such as in education, health care and prisons.
The Legislative Analyst's Office calculated that the state has received $2.5 billion more in personal income, corporate and sales taxes since the fiscal year started July 1 than projected."
Students say, this happens every year in California, and every year they find the money. I think this is it though. I think this will signal the days of larger classes, and fewer ancillary programs. What parents should know is that this absolutely will affect the quality of service and the individual attention teachers can give to students. The system is broken, and pulling funding will only force something new to be created. That may or may not be a good thing. One thing is for sure, the students will suffer and the teachers will suffer--certainly the employees losing their jobs will suffer.