Results tagged “parcel tax”

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  • 4/29/11 Charter News Round-Up

     

    Charter school news for the week ending April 29, 2011.

    From: In the News. Published April 29, 2011. Last Modified April 29, 2011.
  • CCSA CEO Jed Wallace Issues Statement On November 2010 Election Results

     

    Californians elect next Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction; reject parcel taxes in local school districts

    From: In the News. Published November 3, 2010. Last Modified November 3, 2010.
  • Seeking Funding Equity for Charter Schools at Every Level

     

    As state and federal revenues continue to be in short supply, many localities are seeking to supplement their education funding with local measures. Most prominent among these local measures are local parcel taxes - a local property tax that allocates funds for a specified purpose. A local school district board of education has the authority to place a property tax on the ballot, requesting that local voters agree to levy the additional tax on behalf of local public schools.

    From: In the News. Published August 17, 2010. Last Modified August 17, 2010.
  • L.A. Times Response: "This schools tax is a bargain"

     

    In response to Steve Lopez's editorial, "This School Tax is a Bargain", the writer fails to mention the fact that this proposed parcel tax, Measure E, has purposely left out charter schools: students, teachers, and parents....

    From: In the News. Published May 19, 2010. Last Modified October 18, 2011.
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