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Have you ever wondered what makes community strong?Why is that some communities thrive and other struggle? Well there are lots of reasons,think of hospitals,if your community has good doctors and healthcare,your community maybe healthier.Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community get stronger.The same is true for schooles,good schools make strong communities.Almost everyone in the community go through the school system.You know the value of good education.Without it,it's hard to go to college,get decent job, support family and make ends meet.There are lot of ways Californial's school be better,one opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do the job.For instance, did you know that 33 states spend more on each student than California? And in almost every other states techers teach fewer students and each students can get more attention.Maybe that is one reason why california's student don't perform as well as those almost every other state.Why is this? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent?To understand this,let's look at where school get money.
Most the money about 80 percent comes from the state through the taxes collects from residents and businesses.These are taxes on something you  should buy called saled-tax,on wages you earn called income tax,on building and land called property tax.The rest comes from US goverment and things like the lottory and fund raisers.The amount of money your school gets is link to the number of students.More students equal more funding,it's also link to attendance.When students are absent a lot the school gets less money.
Next let's look at where money goes.About 2 thirds of money your scholl gets pays for the basics and this call general revenue funds.These pay for teachers' principal salaries ,books ,computers and supplies.These funds also pay to keep your building clean and in a good shape.The rest of money your school gets is called categorical funds,these money can only be spent on specific things,the state and US government make those decisions.This means the schools don't have choice,if the government decides the money must be spent to reduce class size ,the money cann't be used for anything else,the specific needs of school or community don't matter.
Now we know where money comes from and where goes,let's look why calfornia's school have so much less money than schools in other states.

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have you ever wondered when to make a community strong?why it is that some communities thrive and others struggle?well,there are lots of reasons.think of hospitals,if your community has good doctors and health care,your community maybe healthier.having resident like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community stronger.the same refers to schools.good schools make strong communities.almost everyone in the community goes through school system.you know the value of good  education.without it ,it is hard to go to college,get a distant job,support family and make the ends meet.there are a lot of ways     your schools could be better.one oppotunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job.for instance,did you know that 36 states been more     than california?and in almost every other state ,teachers teach fewer students and each student can get more attention.maybe that is one reason why california students do not perform as well as those in other states.why is it?who decides how much money your school get and how those    are spent?to understand this,let us look at where our school get money.most of the money,about 80%,comes from the state whose taxes are collected from residents and businesses.these taxes are on things you buy called sells tax,on way did you earn called income tax and on building and land called porperty tax.the rest comes form the government things like lotteris and fund    .the amount of money your school gets links to the number of your students.more students equals more funding.it also links to the attendance.when students are absent a lot,the school  gets less money.next,let us look at where the money goes.about two thirds of the money your school gets pays for the basic and it is called general revenue funds.these pay for teachers and principl salaris books,computers and supplies.these funds are also paid to keep your schools clean and in good shape.the rest money your school gets is called       funds.thses money can only be spent on specific things.the state in your government make those decisions.this means the schools do not have a choice.if the government decides the money must be spent to reduce class size,the money can not be used for anything else.the specific use of school the community do not matter.not where our money come from and where it goes.let us look at why california school have so much less money than school in other states.


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Have you wonder what make community strong. Why is that some communities thrive and others struggle.
Well ,there are lots of reasons. Think hospitals, if your community has good doctors and healthcare your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also help your community get stronger. The same things is for schools. Good school make stronger communities. Almost everyone in the community go through the school system. You know the value of good education. Without it, it hard to go to college, get decent job, support family and make ends meet.
There are lots of ways Co school could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools to get enough money to do their job. For instance, do you know the 33 states spend more on each student in C. And almost every other states teachers teach few students and each student can get more attention. May be that one reason why C student donot perform well as those as almost every other states. Why is this. Who decides how much money you school gets and how these funds spend.  To understand this. Let us look how the school get the money.
Most of the money about 80percent come from the state from the taxes collects from residents and businesses. This taxes something you buy called sales taxes, and wages you own called income taxes and building and land called property taxes. The rates come from US government and things like lottery and fundraisers. The amount of money your school gets is link to the number of the students. More students equals more funding. It also link to attendance. When student absolutely low the school gets small money.
Next let`s look the money goes. Almost two third money your school gets pays for the basis and called general valual funds. This pays for teacher`s and principle`s salaries, books and computers and supplies. This funds also paid keep building clean and good shape. The rest of money your school gets called categorical funds. This money can only spend on its specific things. the state and your government make those decisions. This means the school donot has choice. If the goverment decide the money must spent to reduce classes. The money cannot be used for everything else. The specific needs of school and community donot matter. Now we know the money comes from and where goes, let`s look why C schools have so much less money than  school in other states.

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    Have you ever wonder what makes community strong?Why is it that some community thrive and other struggle?
    Well, there lots reasons. Think of hospitals, if your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps community get stronger. The same is true for schools. Good schools make strong communities. Almost everyone in the community goes through the school system. You know the value of a good eduation without it,it's hard to go to college, get a decent job, support family and make ends meet.
    There are a lot of ways California schools could be better. One opporunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job. For instance, did you know the thirty-three states spend more on each students than California? And in almost every other state, teachers teach fewer students and each student can get more attention. Maybe that's one reason why California students don't perform as well as those in almost every other state.
    Why is this? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent? To undersand this, let's look where schools get the money. Most the money about 80% comes from the state and taxes collect from residents and business. These are taxes on things you buy called sales taxes, on wages you earn called income taxes and on buildings and land called property taxes. The rest comes from the US government and things like the lottery and fundraisers.  The amount of money you school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals more funding. It's also linked to attendance. When students are absent a lot, the school gets lots money.
    Next, let's look at where the money goes. About two thirds the money your school gets pays for the basis and called the general revenue funds. These pay for teachers' and principals' salaries, books, computers and supplies. These funds also keep building clean and in good shape. The rest of money your school gets is called categorical funds. These money can only be spent on specific things. The state and US governments make those decisions. This means the school don't have a choice. If the government decides the money must be spent to reduces class size, the money can't be used for anything else. The specific needs school and community don't matter. Now that we know where the money comes from and where goes. Let's look why California school have so much less money than school on other states.

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Have you ever wondered what make community strong? Why is it some communities thrive while other struggle?
Well, there are lots of reasons. Think of hospitals, if your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community get stronger. The same is true for schools. Good schools make strong communities. Almost everyone in the community goes through school system. You know the value of a good education. Without it, it's hard to go to college, get a decent job, supporting family and make ends meet.
There are a lot of ways California schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools to get enough money to do their job. For instance, did you know the 33 states more on each student than California? And in almost in every other states, teacher teach fewer students and each students can get more attention. Maybe that’s one reason why students in California don’t perform as well as those almost in other state.
Why is this? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent? To understand this, let’s look at where school gets their money.
Most of the money about 80% comes from the states through the taxes it collects from the residents and businesses. There are taxes on things you buy called sales tax, on wages you earn called income tax and on buildings like the lottery and fundraisers. The rest comes from the U.S. government and things like the lottery and fundraisers. The amount of money your school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals more funding. It’s also linked to attendance, when student are absent a lot, the school gets less money.
Next, let’s look at where money goes. About 2/3 of the money your school gets pay for the basics, and it calls the general revenue funds. These pay for teachers’ and principal’s salaries, books, computers and supplies. These funds also pay to keep your building clear and good shape. The rest of money your school gets is called categorical funds. This money can only be spent on specific things.
The state and the governments make those decisions. This means the schools don’t have a choice. If the government decide the money must be spent to reduce class size, the money can’t be used for any things else. The specific needs of the school or community don’t matter. Now that we know where the money comes from and where it goes. Let’s look at why California schools have so much less money than schools in other states.

[Homework]【整理稿有更正】2010-03-07&03-13 美国学校经济来源及支出情况总览 (1/2)

Have you ever wonder what make community strong? Why is it that some communities thrive and others struggle?
Well , there are lots of reasons. Think of hospitals, if your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Have resident like you and your friends who work for change also help your community get stronger.
The same is true for schools. Good shools make strong communities. Almost everyone in community go through the school system. You know the value of good education. Without it, it is hard to go to college ,get a decent job, support family and make ends meet.
There are a lot of way XXX schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their jobs. For instants, do you know that 33 states spent more on each student in C.  And in almost every other states ,teacher teach fewer students ,and each students can get more attention. Maybe that is one reason why C students don't peform as well as those in almost every other states.
Why is this? Who decide how much money your school get and how those fund are spent? To understand this? Let's look at where schools get money. Most of money ,about 80% , comes from the state through taxes it collect from residents and businesses. ....

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Have you ever wonder what make community strong? Why it isn't that some community thirve, but other struggle? Well, there are lots of reason. Think of hospitals.  If your community has good doctors and house care, then your community maybe healthier. Have residents like your and your friends who work for change also house community gets stronger. The sames is for school. Good schools make strong communites. Almost everyone in the community goes through school system. You know the value of good education. Without it, it is hard to go to colleague, get to decent job, support family and make against meet. There are lots of way Califorlia schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all school get enough money to do their job. For instance, Did you know the 33 state spend more on each students than in California?   and you know almost other state teachers teach fewer students, and each students can get more attention. Maybe that is the reason California students don't perform well and those than every other state,  Why it is?  who decide how much money your school gets and how does these funds spend? To understand this, let's look at where the school get their money. Most of money about 80% comes from the state to the Tax collection from resident and business. Those taxes on something you buy calles sales Tax, and on wages did you earn called income Tax, and on building and land, called property Tax. The rest comes from US goverment and thinks a lot of lottery and founderal. The amount money your school get is link to number of students. More studesints equals more founding. It's also link to the attedents. When school is absent lost, the school gets lost money. Next, Let's look where the money goes. About 2/3 money your schools get pays for the basics and calles general revenue funds. These pay for teachers principle salaries, books, computers and suppliers. This funds also paid keep the building cleaning and good shape. The rest of money your school gets is called Categorical funds. This money can only be spend on specific things. The state and U.S govement make those decisions. This meaning the school don't have choice, if the goverment decides the money must be spend to reduce the class size, the money can't be used for anything else. The specific needs of school or community don't matter. Now we know where the money comes from and where goes, let's look why California school have so much less money than school on other state?
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Have you ever wondered what makes a community strong?why is it that some communities thrive and other struggle? well,there are lots of reasons.think of hospitals.If your community has good doctors and health care,your community maybe healthier.Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community get stronger.The same is true for schools.Good schools make strong communities.Almost everyone in the community goes through school system.You know the value of a good education.without it ,it's hard to go to college,get a decent job ,support a family and make ends meet.
There are a lot of ways California schools could be better,one opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job.For instance,did you know 33 states spend more on each student than California?And in almost every other state,teachers teach fewer students,and each student can get more attention.Maybe that's one reason why California students don't perform as well as those in almost every other state.why is this ? who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent?To understand this ,let's look at schools get their money.Most of the money about 80% comes from the state through taxes it collects from residents and businesses. These taxes on something you buy called sales tax,on wages you earn called income tax,and on building and land called property tax.The rest comes from the US government and things like the lottery and fundraisers.The amount of money your school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals more funding.It's also linked to attendance.when students are absent a lot ,the school gets less money.
Next ,let's look at where the money goes.About 2/3 of the your school gets pays for the basics,and is called general revenue funds.These pay for teachers' and principal's salaries ,books ,computers and supplies.These funds also pay to keep building clean and in good shape.The rest of the money your school gets is called categorical funds.This money can only spent on specific things.The state and US governments make those decisions. This means that school don't have a choice.If the governments decides the money must be spent to reduce class size,the money can't be used for anything else.The specific needs of school and community don't matter.Now that we know where money comes from and where it goes.let's look at why California schools have so much less money than schools in other states.

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Have you ever wondered what makes a community strong? Why is it that some communities thrive and others struggle? Well, there are lots of reasons. Think of hospitals. If your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community get stronger. The same is true for schools. Good schools make strong communities. Almost everyone in the community goes through the school system. You know the value of a good education. Without it, it's hard to go to college, get a decent job, support a family and make ends meet. There are a lot of ways California schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job. For instance, did you know that 33 states spend more on each student than California? And in almost every other state, teachers teach fewer students and each student can get more attention. Maybe that's one reason why California students don't perform as well as those in almost every other state. Why is this? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent?
To understand this, let's look at where schools get their money. Most of the money, about 80%, comes from the state through the taxes it collects from residents and businesses. These are taxes on things you buy called sales tax, on wages you earn called income tax, and on buildings and land called property tax. The rest comes from the US government and things like the lottery and fundraisers. The amount of money your school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals more funding. It's also linked to attendance. When students are absent a lot, the school gets less money.
Next, let's look at where the money goes. About two thirds of the money your school gets pays for the basics, and is called general revenue funds. These pay for teachers’ and principal’s salaries, books, computers and supplies. These funds are also paid to keep your building clean and in good shape. The rest of the money your school gets is called categorical funds. This money can only be spent on specific things. The state and US governments make those decisions. This means that schools don't have a choice. If the government decides the money must be spent to reduce class size, the money can't be used for anything else. The specific needs of school or community don't matter.
Now that we know where money comes from and where it goes, let's look at why California schools have so much less money than schools in other states.



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Have you ever wonder what makes a community strong? Why is that some community thrive and other struggle? Well, there are lots of reasons. Think of hospitals, if you community has good doctors healthcare, you community maybe healthier. Having residents like you and your friend who work for change also help your community gets stronger. The same is true for schools. Good school makes strong communities. Almost everyone in the community go through the school system.  You know the value of goo educations. Without it, it's hard to go to collage, get a decent job, support the family and make ends meet.

There are lots of ways California school could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all  school can get enough money to get their jobs. For instance  did you 33 state spend more on each student than California? And in almost other state, teachers teach fewer students and each students can get more attention. Maybe that is one reason that California students do not perform well than those of other state. Why is this? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds spend? To understand this let us look at where schools get their money. Most of the money about 80% comes from the state though the taxes collects from the residents and citizens. These taxes are on the things you buy called sales tax, on wage you earn called income tax and on buildings on land called property tax. The rest comes from the U.S government and things like lottery and fundraisers. The amount of money your school gets is link to the number of students. More students equal to the more funding. It's also link to the attendance. When students are absent a lot, school gets less money.

Next let's look at where the money go. About two third of the money you school get pay for the basis and it's called general revenue funds. These pay for teachers' and principals' salaries, books , computers and suppliers. These funds also pay to keep your building clean and in good sharp. The rest money your school gets is called categorical funds. These money can only be spend on specific things. The state and U.S government make those decisions. This means that the school don't have a choice. If the government decide the money must be spend to reduce the class size, the money can't be use to anything else. The specific needs for school or community don't matter.

Now we know where the money comes from and where goes. Let's look at why California school has so much less money than other schools in states.
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Have you ever wondered what makes a community strong? Why is that some communities thrive and other struggle? Well, there’re lots of reasons. Think of hospitals. If your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who make for change also helps your community get stronger. The same is true for schools. Good schools make strong communities. Almost everyone in the community goes through the * system. You know the value of good education. Without it, it’s hard to go to college, get * job, support family and make *. There’re a lot of ways California schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job. For instance, do you know that 33 states spend more on each student than California? And in almost every other state, teachers teach fewer students, and each student can get more attention. Maybe that’s one reason why California students don’t perform as well as those in almost every other state. Why is that? Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent? To understand this, let’s look at where our school gets money. Most of the money, about 80 percent, come from the state * taxes collects from residents and *. These are taxes on things you buy, called sales tax, on way * you own, called income tax, and on building and land, called property tax. The rest comes from US government, and things like the lottery and fundraisers. The amount of money your school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals to more funding. It’s also linked to attendance. When students are absent a lot, the school gets less money. Next, let’s look at where the money goes. About two thirds of the money your school gets pays for the basics and it’s called general revenue funds. These pay for teachers and principal salaries, books, computers and supplies. These funds also pay to keep your building clean and in good shape. The rest of the money your school gets is called categorical funds. These money can only be spent on * things. The state and US government make those decisions. This means that schools don’t have a choice. If the government decides the money must be spent to reduce class size, the money can’t be used for anything else. The * needs of school or community don’t matter. Now that we know where money comes from and where it goes, let’s look why California schools have so much less money than schools in other states.
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Have you ever wondered what makes a community strong? Why is that some of the communities thrive, and others struggle? Well, there are lots of reasons.

Think of hospitals, if your community has good doctors and health care, your community may be healthier. Having residents like you and your friends who work for change also helps your community get stronger.

The same is true for schools. Good schools make strong communities, almost everyone in the community go through the school system, you know the value of the good education, without it, it is hard to go to college, get a decent job, support family and make ends meet.

There are a lot of ways California schools could be better. One opportunity is to make sure all schools get enough money to do their job. For instance, did you know that 33 states spend more on each student than California? And it almost every other state's teachers teach fewer students, and each student can get more attention, may be that is one reason why California students don't perform as well as those almost every other state. Why is this?

Who decides how much money your school gets? And how those funds are spent? To understand this, let's look at where schools get their money, most of the money, about 80 percent comes from the state to the taxes and collects from residents and businesses. These are taxes on things you buy, called sales tax, and where did you earn, called income tax, and on building's lane, called property tax, the rest comes from the US government and things like the lottery and fund raisers.

The amount of the money your school gets is linked to the number of students. More students equals more funding. It is also linked to the attendence, when students are absent a lot, the school gets less money. Next, let's look where the money goes, about 2 thirds of the money your school gets pays for the basics, and it is called general revel new funds; these pay for teachers and principles salaries, books, computers, and supplies, these funds also paid to keep  your building clean and in good shape. The rest of the money your school gets is called categorical funds, these money can only be spent on specific things. The state and US government make those decisions, this means that schools don't have a choice. If the government decides the money must be spent to reduce class cess, the money can't be used for anything else. The specific needs of the school or community don't matter.

Now that we'd known where the money comes from and where it goes, let's look why California schools have so much less money than schools in other states.
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