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Californian School Finance

 

Who decides how much money your school gets and how those funds are spent? Why Californian students don’t perform as well as those in almost every other state? In this episode, you will find the answer.





 




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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13, which limited how much money homeowners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools. Voters then became worried that schools were getting too little money and passed another law, Proposition 98, which makes sure schools receive a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well California businesses are doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here is another look at how your schools are funded.

                                   

California residents and businesses pay taxes. That money goes to the state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendance. Then the money is spent in two ways: general revenue funds, which pays for the basics, and categorical funds, which are spent on specific things decided by the government. Voters passed two laws that impact school funding. Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that can come from property taxes. Proposition 98 guarantees that each school is funded to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, why there is often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.

 

Well-funded schools mean a better education and a stronger community. What are the biggest problems in your school? Too little money, or something else? Get involved, by understanding how school funding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be, for all students.

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One big reason is that voters passed law,called Proposition 13,which limited how much money * and citizens pay in property taxes. This is reduce money from founding school. Voters can be worried the school getting too little money, then this is another law,Proposition 98,which make sure the minimum money the school receives each year.
This is how California business doing. When the economy does well ,school founding does go up. So this is another look how your school founding. California consumers and citizens pay taxes, the money goes to State and local goverment. Your school get money based on the number of students and terms, then the money stand in two ways, general revenue founds pay the base ,and categorical funds which stand the specific things decided by the goverment.
Voters pass two laws that influence the schoof funds. Proposition 13 limited the monunt from the property tax, Proposition 98 guarantied the *. So you can see the school get money ,why there isn't enough money * , and how citizens  influence the school funds.
Well, good school funds means good educate and strong communities. What's your big problem of your school, too little money, or something else. Get involved(?),and understand school funds, you can help California school become as good as you can ,for all the students.
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One big reason is that voters pass the law called Proposition 13, which limited how much money home owners and businesses have to pay in property taxes , this reduced tax money for funding schools. Voters then becoming
worry that schools are getting too little money, and past another law – Proposition 98, which make sure schools receive a minimum amount fund in each year. This amount is tied up
how well California’s business doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here is another look how your school are funded,
California residents and businesses pay taxes, that money go to the state and local governments, your school gets money based on the number of students in the school’s attendance, then the money spending in two ways, General Revenue Funds which pays for the basics, and Categorical Funds which are spend on specific things decide by the government. Voters pass two laws than in path school funding , Proposition 13, limits the amount finding that come from property taxes,
Proposition 98, guarantees that each school finding to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, whither is
often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.
Well finding schools mean a better education and stronger community, what is the biggest problem’s in your school? Too little money? Or something else. Get involved , understanding how school finding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be for all students.

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One big reason is that voters passed the law,called Proposition 13,which limited how much money homeowners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced money for funding school. Voters then become worry that school will get too little money and pass another law proposition 98 which will make sure school receive miniral of funding each year. this amoiunt is tight how your business doing. when economy does well school funding goes up. so here is another look how your school are funded.

california resident and business pay taxes. that money go to state and local government. your school gets money based on the number of students attendence. then the money goes to two ways, general revenue funds which pay for the basic and * funds which are spend on the percific things which decided by the government. voters pass two laws in help school funding proposition 30 limit the property funding class proposition 98 get each school of funding set level. so you can see how school gets finding run and other money ofter for local needs. and impact how schools funding. well funding school mean better education and stronger community. what the problem of your school. too little money ore something else.  geting  involved by understanding how school funding works you can help california  school become good they can be for all students.
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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13 which limited how much money homeowners and businesses have to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools, voters then became worried that schools were getting too little money, and passed another law, Proposition 98, which made sure schools receive a minimum amount of funding each year.

This amount is tied to how well California businesses are doing; when the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here is another look at how your schools are funded. California residents and businesses pay taxes. That money goes to state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendances.

Then the money is spent in two ways: General Revenue Funds which pay the basics and Categorical Funds which are spent on specific things decided by the government.

Voters passed two laws that impact school funding: Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that come from Property Tax; Proposition 98 guaranties that each school is funded to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, why there are often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.

Well-funded schools mean a better education and a stronger community. What is the biggest problem in your school? Too little money,or something else? Get involved, by understanding how school funding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be for all students.
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[Homework]2010-03-14&03-20 美国学校经济来源及支出情况总览 (2/2)

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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13 Which limit how much money homoners and businesses have to pay in property taxes.That is we do tax  money for funding schools.Voters stand to be worried that schools will get too little money and pass another law Proposition 98 which make sure school will recieve miniunm amount of funding each year.This amount is tied to how well Californian businesses doing,when the economy does well ,school funding goes up.
So here another look at how your school is funding. Californian residents and businesses pay taxes taht money goes to the state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of students and school's attendence. Then the money is spent in two ways general revenue funds which pays the basics and categorical funds which is spent on specific things decided by the government.
Voters pass two laws that impact school funding .Proposition 13 limits the amount of the funding can come from the property taxes.Proposition 98 gurantee that each school is funding on the certain level.
So you can see how school can get their money around why they often have not  enough money for local needs and how citizen can impact how schools are funing. Well funding schools need a better education and stronger community
What is the bigest problem in your school? too little money or something else. Getting involved, by understanding how schools funding works, you can help Californian schools become as good as they can be for all students


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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13,which limited how much money * and businesses had to pay in property taxes.This reduced tax money for finding schools.Voters then became worry that schools get too little money and passed another law,proposition 98,whcih make sure schools reseive a minimum amount of funding each year.This * is tied to how well California business are doing.When the economy does well,school funding goes up.So here is another look at how your school are funded.California residents and business pay taxes.That money go to the states or local governments.Your school gets money based on the number of student and school attandence.And money is spent in two ways:general revenue funds which pays for the  basics and categorical funds which are spent on specific things decided by the government.Voters passed two laws that impacts school funding.Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that comes from property taxes.Proposition 98 guaranties that each school is funded to a certain level.So you can see how schools get the money to run,whether is often not a lot of money for local needs,and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.Well funded schools mean a better education and stronger community.What is the bigest problem in your school,too little money or something else?Geting involved by understanding how school funding works,you can help California schools become as good as they can be for all students.
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本帖最后由 lincy55475 于 2010-4-19 11:26 编辑

One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13, which limited how much money homeowners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools. Voters then became worried that schools were getting too little money and passed another law, Proposition 98, which makes sure schools receive a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well California businesses are doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here is another look at how your schools are funded.

California residents and businesses pay taxes. That money goes to the state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendance. Then the money is spent in two ways: general revenue funds, which pays for the basics, and categorical funds, which are spent on specific things decided by the government. Voters passed two laws that impact school funding. Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that can come from property taxes. Proposition 98 guarantees that each school is funded to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, why there is often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.

Well-funded schools mean a better education and a stronger community. What are the biggest problems in your school? Too little money, or something else? Get involved, by understanding how school funding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be, for all students.

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One big reason is that voters passed a law called proposition 13, which limited how much money homeowners and business have to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools. Voters then became worried that school are getting too little money, and passed another law, proposition 98, which make sure school receive a minimum of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well California business are doing. When their economy does well, school funding goes up, so here is another look at how your schools are funded.

California residents and businesses pay school taxes, that money go to state and local governments, your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendance. Then the money are spend in two ways, General Revenue Funds, which pays the basics, and Categorical Funds, which are spend on specific things decided by the government.

Voters passed two laws that impact school funding, Proposition 13, limits the amount of funding that come from property taxes, proposition 98, guarantee that each school is fund to a certain level. So you can see how school is getting money to run, why are there often not enough money for local needs? And how citizens can impact how schools are funded.
Well-funded schools, means a better education and a stronger community. What is the biggest problem in your school? Too little money, or something else. Get involved, by understanding how school funding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be, for all students.
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one big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13 which  limited  how much  money homeowners and business have to pay in property tax .This reduced tax money for founding schools ,voters then became worried that schools were getting too little mongy ,and passed another law .Proposition 98,which make sure schools receive a minimum amount fouding each year .
This amount is tied  to how well California business are doing ;when the economy does well .
School fouding goes up .So here is another  look at how your schools are founded .California residents and businesses pay taxes .That  money goes to  state and local governments.Your school gets  money base on the number of the students and school attendances.
Then the money spent in two ways :General Revenue Funds which pay the basics and Categorical fouds which are spent on spcific things decided by the government .
Voters passed two laws that impact school funding .Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that cone from property tax .Proposition 98 guarantees that each school is funded to a certian level . So you can see how schools get money to run .why there are often not enough money for local needs ,and how citizens can impact how schools aer funded.
Well-funded schools mean a better educaton and a stronger community .What is the biggest problem in your school ?Too little money ,or something else ?
Get involoved ,by understanding how school funding works ,you can help California schools as good as they can be for all students .
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One big reason that is that voters pass a law called prosposition 13 which limited how much money homemold and business had to pay in property tax. this reduces tax money for funding school,voters then begin to worry that schools are getting too little money,and pass another law.Proposition 98,which make sure schools receive a mimimum among funding each year.this amount is paid how well carlifornia businesses are doing. when the economy does well,school funding goes up.here is another look at how your schools are funded,carlifornia residents and businesses pay tax.that money goes to the state and local governments.your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendence.then the money is spent in 2 ways:general revenue fund,which pay for the basis,and cage rical funds,which are spent on specific things decided by the governments.voters pass 2 laws that impact school funding.proposition 13,limits the amount of funding that can come from property tax.proposition 98 guantee that each school is funded to a certain level.so you can see how school can get money to run,while there is often not enough money for local needs,and how citizens can impact how schools are funded. well-fund schools mean a better education and stronger community.what are the big problems in your school,too little money or something else?
get involved by understanding how school funding works?you can help carliforinia schools become good they can be.for all students.

[Homework]2010-03-14&03-20 美国学校经济来源及支出情况总览 (2/2)

One big reason is that voters pass a law called proposition 13 which limited how much money homeowners and business have to pay in property taxes.These reduced tax money for funding schools.Voters then became worried that schools are getting too little money and passed another a law, proposition 98, which make sure schools receive a minimun amount funding each year. This amount is tie to how well Californian business are doing. When the economy does well, schools funding goes up. So here is another look at how is your school is funded. Californian resident and business pay taxes. That money goes to the state and local goverment. Your school gets money based on the numbers of students and school attendents. Then the money is spend in two ways. General revenue funds which pays for the basics and categorical funds which are spent on specific things decide by the goverment. Voters passed two laws that in past school funding. Proporsition 13 limits the amount of funding property taxes, proposition 98 garentee that each school is to fund a certain level.  So you can see how school get money to run, why there are often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can school funded. Well funded school means the better education and stronger community what is the biggest problem in your school? Too little money or something else? Get involved, by understanding how shcool funding works you can help Californian schools become as good as they can be for all students.  

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One big reason was that voters passed law called proposition 13 which limited how much money home owner and business had to paid in property taxes.This reduced tax money for funding schools.
Voters then became worried that  schools get too little money and passed another law proposition 98 which make sure schools receive minine funding each year this amout to how well your business  are doing when economies does well school funding goes up. So here is another look at how your schools are funded.
California resident and busineses pay taxes pay taxes that money go to state and local government your school gets money based on the number of students and student attendance.
Then the money is spent in two ways. General revenue funds which pays the basics and the catogorical funds which arespent on specifical things decided by  the government.
Voters passes two laws school  funding proposition 13 limit the mount of funding  from property taxes  prepostion 98 guaranted  that each school is funded  to certain level  you can see how school get money to run and why they for local needs and how citizens can impacted how schools are funded.
Well-funded schools mean better education and strongger community and biggest problem in your school too little money or something else.
Getting involved and by understanding how you school worked out you can help California school to become as good as they can be for all student.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13, which limited how much money owners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools. Voters than became worried that schools were getting too little money and passed another law, Proposition 98, which make sure schools receive a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well California businesses are doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up.
So here is another look at how your schools are funded. California residents and businesses pay taxes. That money goes to the state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of students and school attendants. Then the money is spent in two ways. General revenue funds which pays for the basics and Categorical funds which are spent on specific things decided by the government.
Voters passed two laws that impacted school funding. Proposition 13 limits the amount of funding that can come from property taxes. Proposition 98 guarantees that each school is funded to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, whether it’s often not enough money for local needs and how citizens can impact how schools are funded. Well funded schools mean a better education and a stronger community.
What are the biggest problems in your school? Too little money? Or something else? Get involved. By understanding how school funding works, you can help California schools become as good as they can be for all students.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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One big reason is that voters pass the law called proposition 13 which limited how much money home owners and / have to pay for the property tax.This reduce the money for founding schools.Voters then become worried that schools will get too little money and pass another law,proposition 98 which make sure schools receive minimum money for founding each year.This/  tells how well the Californian businness is doing.When the economy does well,the school foundings goes up.So here is a look at how your school is founded.Californian businness and residents pay taxes.That money go to the state and local government.Your school gets money based on the number of school's attendents.Then the money is spent in two ways,Gerneral Revenue funds which pay for the basics and Categorical Funds which is spent on the specific things decided by the governments.Voters pass the 2 laws that impact school founding.Proposition 13 that limit the amount of money that come from the property taxes.Propositon 98 guaranteed each school is founded in equal level.So you can see how school gets the money to run whether ofter there are not enough money for local needs and how citizens can impact how schools are founded.Well founding a school means a better education and a stronger community.So what the biggest problems in your school,too little money or something else,get involved by understanding how school founding works.You can help the Californian school become the goodest they can be for all stuents.
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