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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.

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

One important reason is that voters passed a law called proposition 13, which limited how much money homeowners and businesses had to pay in property tax. This reduced tax money for funding school. Voters then worried that the school will get too little money ,and passed another law, propositon 98,which make sure school received a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well c bussiness doing. When the economic does well ,the school fund goes up.
So there is another look at how your schools are funded.
C residents and bussinesses pay tax. That money goes to States and local goverments.Your school get money based on the number of students and shool attendance. Then the money is spend in 2 ways. General revenue funds ,which pays for the basic. And categorical fund,which are spend on special things decided by the goverment.
Voters passed 2 law that impact school funding. Proposition 13 ,limit the amount of money that can come for property tax. Proposition 98, guarantee that each school is funden to a certain level. So you can see how shool get money to run. Why there is often not enough money for local need.   And how citizens the impact how schools are funden.
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 work, you can help C shools became 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 home owners and business had to pay in property taxes. This reduce taxes money for funding schools. Voters then became to worry that school will get too little money and passed another law proposition 98 which make sure school received a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied how well California business are doing. When the ecomy does well, school founding goes up.
So here is another look at how your school are funding. California residents and business pay taxes. That money goes into state and local goverments. Your school gets money basis on the number of students and school attendents. Then the money is spend in 2 ways. General revenue funds which pays for the basic and Categorical funds which spend on specific things decided by the goverment.  
Voters passed 2 laws that impact school fundings. proposition 13 limited the amount of funding that comes from property taxes. Proposition 98 gurantee that each school is funding to a certain level. So you can see how school get money too run? Why there is often not enough money for local needs and how citizen
can impact house school are funding.  Well funding schools meaning a better education and stronger community. What a biggest problems in your school? Too little money or something else? Geting involved. By understanding how school funding works you can help California school become as good s they could be for all students.

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One big reason is that voters passed a law called Proposition 13.which limilted how much money homeoweners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools.Voters then began to 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 bussinesses are doing.When the economy does well,school funding goes up.so here's another look at how your school 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 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 dicided by the government. Voters passed two laws that impact school funding. Propositon 13 limits the amount of funding that can come from property tax,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 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 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 pay 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 the voters passed a law called Proposition 13 which limited how much money homeowners and businesses have to pay property taxes. This reduce the money for funding schools. Voters than become worry about the school getting too little money and passed another law proposition 98 which make sure school receive a minimum amount funding each year. This amount is tied how well California businesses are doing. When economic does well, school funding goes up.

So here is another look at how your school is 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 attends. Then the money is standing in two ways, general revenue funds which pay for the basis 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 the funding they can come from the property taxes, proposition 98 guarantees that each schools funding to a certain level. So you can see how school gets money around and why there is often not enough money for local needs and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.

Well funded school means a better education and 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 school become as good they can be for all students.

[Homework]【整理】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 passed a law called proposition 13 which limited how much money home owners and businesses have to pay in property taxes. Thus we reduced money for funding schools. Voters then became worry that schools will getting too little money, and passed another law, proposition 98 which make sure schools receive a milly more money funding each year. This amount is tied to how well califonian businesses are doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here’s another look at how your schools are funded. Canifonian residents and businesses pay taxes, that money goes to state and local governments. Your school gets money based on the number of student and school attendants. Then the money is banned in two ways. General revenue funds which pays for the basics and / funds which are spent on specific things decided by the governments. 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 funding to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, why there is often 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. Getting involved, by understanding how school funding works, you can help canifornian schools become as good as they can be for all students.
  
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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[Homework]【整理】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 passed a law called propositon 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 schools would get too little money and passed another law,proposion 98,which makes sure school recieve a minimum of money for funding each year.This amount 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 is funded.California residents and businesses pay taxes.That money goes to state and local governments.Your school gets based on the number of students and school attendents.Then the money is spent in 2 ways.General funds,which pays for the basics,and funds which are spent on spacific things decided by the government.Voters passed 2 law that impact school funding.Proposion 13 limits the amount of funding that can come from property taxes.Proposion 98 guarantees that each school is funded to a certain lever.So you can see how schools get money to run,why there's often a lot of money for local needs,and how citizens can impact how schools are funded.We'll fund schools to meet a better education and strong community.What's 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 * passed a law called proposition 13, which limited how much money * and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax money for funding schools. * them 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’s 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 attendance. Then, the money is spent in two ways: General revenue funds which pay for the basics and categorical funds which are spent on * things decided by the government. * 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 our 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’s 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 home owners 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 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 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'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 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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when the economy  does well ,school funding goes up   so here is another look at  how your school funded.
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    designed by the government voters past two laws in park school funding, prosition 13 limits the amount of funding property taxes  proposition 98 guarantees  that each school is funding to searching level
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and  how citizens  can impact   how school is funded.
well  find schools mean the better education and stronger ..was it a big problem  in your school? two little money or  something else getting valled by understanding  how school funding works
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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 had to pay improperty taxes.This reduce tax money for funding schools.Voters then became worry that schools will getting too little money and pass the other law,proposition 98,to make sure schools receive a million amout funding each year.This amount is tied how will California business doing.When the economy does well,school funding goes up,so here is another look how your schools are funded,California residents and business pay taxes,that money goes to the local government,your school get money base the number students and scholar tendence,then the money is spending in two ways,XXX funds which pays for the basics and XXX funds which spend on specific things decided by the government,voters pass two laws that XXX school funding,proposition 13 limited the amount funding that come from other taxes,proposition 98 guarantee that each schools funding to a certain level.So you can see how school get money around,why they often not enough money for local meets and how citizens can inpect how schools are funded.Well funded schools mean a better education and stronger community,What is the biggest problem in your school,too little money or something else,getting involved by understanding how schools funding works,you can help California schools become good they can be for all students.
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One big reason isthat voters passed a law called Proposition 13, which limited how much moneyhomeowners and businesses had to pay in property taxes. This reduced tax moneyfor funding schools. Voters then became worried that schools were getting toolittle money and passed another law, Proposition 98, which makes sure schoolsreceive a minimum amount of funding each year. This amount is tied to how well California businessesare doing. When the economy does well, school funding goes up. So here isanother look at how your schools are funded.
California residents and businesses pay taxes. Thatmoney goes to the state and local governments. Your school gets money based onthe number of students and school attendance. Then the money is spent in twoways: general revenue funds, which pays for the basics, and categorical funds,which are spent on specific things decided by the government. Voters passed twolaws that impact school funding. Proposition 13 limits the amount of fundingthat can come from property taxes. Proposition 98 guarantees that each schoolis funded to a certain level. So you can see how schools get money to run, whythere is often not enough money for local needs, and how citizens can impacthow schools are funded.

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