Calif. governor ties education funding increase to tax plan

12/28/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California will have more funding for education in 2012-13 if voters approve a proposed tax increase, said Gov. Jerry Brown. Better-than-expected December tax revenue prevented automatic cuts that threatened to shorten the K-12 school year by one week, but the state is still facing a $13 billion budget shortfall.

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