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School Bond Measures that Passed in the 2017 Elections 

2 School Bond Measures - $17.5 Billion Dollars in New Bond Debt

July 25, 2017 Election - 1 School Bond Measure - $154.95 Million Dollars in New Bond Debt 
1 Measure LCF: La Cañada Unified School District Bond Issue Los Angeles $149,000,000.00 $44.26 per $100,000 in value
November 7, 2017 Election - 1 School Bond Measure - $5.95 Million Dollars in New Bond Debt 
1 Measure J: Mountain Valley Unified School District Bond Issue Trinity $5,950,000.00 $60 per $100,000 in value 

 

2018 
June 5, 2018
1 Prop 70: Requires a one-time two-thirds vote to use revenue from the cap-and-trade program

StateWide

Failed 

   
Prop 71: Changes the date for when voter-approved ballot measures take effect StateWide     
November 6, 2018
1 Prop 6: Repeals 2017's fuel tax and vehicle fee increases and requires public vote on future increases

StateWide

Failed

 

 
   
 
2016 
June 7, 2016
1 Prop 50: Require a two-thirds majority to suspend a state legislator StateWide     
November 8, 2016
1 Prop 51: $9 billion in bonds for education and schools

StateWide

 

 

$9,000,000,000.00

($9 Billion) 

 
2 Prop 55:  Extension of personal income tax on incomes over $250,000

StateWide

 
   
3 Prop 58:  Bilingual education in public schools StateWide     
Prop 59: State's position on Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission  StateWide     
5 Prop 60: Require the use of condoms in pornographic films

StateWide

Failed 

   
5 Prop 64:  Legalization of marijuana and hemp StateWide      
 6 Prop 65: Grocery and retail carry-out bags

StateWide  

Failed 

   
 7 Prop 67:  Prohibition on plastic single-use carryout bags  StateWide      
 
2016 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 207 92% $28,552,426,000.00 89.78%
 
2015 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 9 90.0% $1,143,025,000.00 84.6%
 
2014 
June 3, 2014
1 Prop 42: Local agencies must comply with the California Public Records Act StateWide     
November 6, 2014
1 Prop 47: Reduces the classification of most nonviolent crimes from a felony to a misdemeanor

StateWide

 

 
   
 

2014 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 128 82.15% $12,614,740,000 85.50%

2013 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 7 77.78% $320,550,000 67.01%
 
 
2012 
June 5, 2012
No Education Measures
November 6, 2010
1 Prop 30: Jerry Brown's Tax Increase (revenues for general fund and education)

StateWide

 

 
   
Prop 31: 2-year Budget Cycle

StateWide

Failed

 
   
Prop 32: Ban on corporate and union contributions to state and local candidates

StateWide

Failed

 
   
5 Prop 36: Modification of Three Strikes

StateWide

 

 
   
 6 Prop 38: Molly Munger's State Income Tax Increase for Education

StateWide

Failed 

   
 

2012 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 113 80.71% $13,169,301,190 92.07%
 
2011 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 7 70% $981,100,000.00 41.34%
 
 
2010 
June 8, 2010
1 Prop 13: Top two primary vote getters move to general regardless of party affiliation

StateWide

 

 
   
November 2, 2010
1 Prop 19: Legalize and tax marijuana

StateWide

Failed

 
   
Prop 22: State government prohibited from taking designated types of local funds

StateWide

 

 
   
Prop 23: Suspend AB 32, the "Global Warming Solutions Act" until unemployment falls below 5.5% for a year

StateWide

Failed

 
   
5 Prop25: Budget and related legislation can be passed with simple majority, rather than current 2/3rds requirement

StateWide

 

 
   
  Prop 26: Requires a 2/3 supermajority vote in the legislature to pass certain state and local fees StateWide     
 
 

2010 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 61 73.5% $5,053,250,000 89.75%
 
2009 
May 19, 2009
1 Prop 1A: Prop 1A combines a 4-year tax hike of about $16 billion with a state spending cap

StateWide

Failed

 
   
2 Prop 1B: Modification of California Proposition 98 (1998) to free up money for state's budget overruns.

StateWide

Failed

 
   
Prop 1C: Sell rights to future lottery proceeds as a way of raising some cash now for state budget.

StateWide

Failed

 
   
Prop 1D: Asks voters to approve taking money from Prop 10 in 1998 for purposes not allowed in that 1998 vote.

StateWide

Failed

 
   
5 Prop 1E: Asks voters to take money from Prop 63 for purposes not allowed in that 2004 vote.

StateWide

Failed

 
   
  Prop 1F No pay raises for state legislators in years when there is a state budget deficit StateWide     
 
 
2009 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 2 50% $69,000,000 79.1%
 
2008 
February 5, 2008
1 Prop 92: Community College funding

StateWide

Failed

 
   
June 3, 2008
No Education Measures
November 4, 2008

1

Proposition 4: Waiting period and parental notification before minors obtain abortions

StateWide

Failed

 

 
2 Prop 8:Eliminates the right of same-sex couples to marry

StateWide

 

   
 
 
2008 school bond question election overview
Status Number Dollars District % Dollar %
Approved 140   85.9%   

2007 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
 
2006 
June 6, 2006
1 Prop 82: Tax increase on higher-income individuals to fund pre-school

StateWide

Failed

 
   
November 7, 2006

1

Proposition 1D: Bonds for education facilities

StateWide

 $10,400,000,000.00

($10.4 Billion)

 
2 Prop 85: Require parental notification of a minor's abortion

StateWide

Failed 

   
3 Prop 75: Employee consent for union withholding

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
4 Prop 88: Impose a new statewide $50 parcel tax for Education StateWide

Failed 

   
 
2006 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        

2005 
November 8, 2005
1 Proposition 73: Abortion Parental Notification

StateWide

Failed

 

   
2 Prop 74: Dismissing Teachers

StateWide

Failed 

   
3 Prop 75: Employee consent for union withholding

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
4 Prop 76: Lid on school funding  

StateWide

Failed 

   

2005 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
 
2004 
March 2, 2004
1 Prop 55: Bonds for education

StateWide

 

$12,300,000,000.00

($12.3 Billion) 

 
2 Prop 56: State legislature can pass appropriation bills with 55% rather than 67%

StateWide

Failed 

   
3 Prop 57: $15 billion in bonds to pay off state's accumulated deficit

StateWide

 

 
   
  Prop 58: Requires that the State of California's budget be balanced StateWide     
November 2, 2004
1 Prop 1A: Local government revenues StateWide     
Prop 60: Election rights of political parties  StateWide     
3 Surplus property  StateWide    
4 Elections, primaries

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
5 Local government funds, mandates

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
Fund emergency medical services with tax increase

StateWide

Failed 

   

2004 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
2003 
October 7, 2003
1 RECALL: Should Gov. Gray Davis be removed from office?

StateWide

 

   
2 Prop 53: Dedicate 3% of general fund revenues to state/local infrastructure

StateWide

Failed 

   
3 Prop 54: Prohibit government from racial classifications

StateWide

Failed 

 
   

2003 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
2002
March 5, 2002
1 Prop 41:$200 million in bonds for voting modernization

StateWide

 

   
2 Prop 42: Allocate sales tax revenues to transportation

StateWide

 

   
3 Prop 43: Right to have vote counted StateWide     
November 5, 2002
1 Prop 47: Bonds for kindergarten-university facilities

StateWide

 

 

$13,500,000,000.00

($13.5 Billion) 

 
2 Prop 49: State Grants for Education

StateWide

 

   
 3 Prop 152: Election day voter registration, fraud penalties  StateWide     

2002 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        

2001 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
2000 
March 7, 2000
 1 Prop 14: Bonds for libraries and literacy programs StateWide  $350,000,000.00   
2 Prop 17: Non-profits allowed to conduct lotteries and charitable raffles StateWide       
3 Prop 20: Part of California state lottery proceeds for textbooks StateWide      
4 Prop 23: "None of the Above" ballot option

StateWide  

Failed

   
5 Prop 26: Allow local school bonds to be approved by majority, rather than supermajority, vote

StateWide  

Failed

 
   
November 7, 2000
1 Prop 34: Campaign spending limits, disclosure StateWide       
2 Prop 37: Redefines some fees as taxes  

StateWide  

Failed

   
 3 Prop 38: Allow school choice  

StateWide  

Failed

   
4 Prop 39: Authorizes local school bond issues for certain uses if approved by 55% StateWide       

2000 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved        
 
1999 school bond question election overview
Status Number Win/Loss % Dollars Dollar %
Approved 73.2%     

 

May 4, 1999 Special Election
1 Measure A: East Side Union High School District  Santa Clara    
June 8, 1999 Election - 1 School Bond Measure -
1 Measure K: Brea Olinda Unified School District proposition Orange    
November 2, 1999 Election - 3 School Bond Measure - $5.95 Million Dollars in New Bond Debt 
1 Measure A: Capistrano Unified School District bond proposition  Orange     
2 Measure B: Irvine Unified School District parcel tax  Orange    
 3 Measure C: Santa Ana Unified School District bond proposition Orange     
4 Measure A: Huntington Beach Union High bond  Orange    

 

November 2, 1999 Election Orange County School Bond Measures

Measure A: Capistrano Unified School District bond proposition

"Neighborhood School Overcrowding, Safety/Repair Measure, To relieve overcrowding, improve student safety, and repair neighborhood schools by: repairing/building school facilities/classrooms; earthquake retrofitting; asbestos removal; renovating science laboratories, libraries; wiring for technology; qualifying for state matching funds; repairing leaking roofs, plumbing/electrical systems; upgrading school safety/fire security; shall Capistrano Unified School District issue $65,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, with money only for school buildings/grounds and no money for administrators' salaries?" 

Passed 73.2% in favor

$65,000,000

Measure B: Irvine Unified School District parcel tax   
Measure C: Santa Ana Unified School District bond proposition  

 

1998 
June 2, 1998
1 Prop 223: Limit on amount school districts can spend on administrative costs; performance budgeting requirements

StateWide

Failed  

   
2 Prop 227: California public schools required to teach LEP students in special classes that are taught nearly all in English

StateWide

 

   
November 3, 1998
1 Prop 1A: Bonds for Education

StateWide

 

 

$9,200,000,000.00

($9.2 Billion) 

 
2 Prop 8: Reduction of class sizes

StateWide

Failed

   
 3 Prop 10: New tax on cigarettes to pay for childhood programs StateWide     
4 Prop 11: Allow local governments to enter into sales tax revenue sharing agreements  StateWide     

 

1996 
March 26, 1996
1 Prop 198: Qualified voters can vote for any candidate regardless of the candidate's political affiliation

StateWide

 

   
2 Prop 203: Bond for Public School

StateWide

 

$3,000,000,000.00

($3 billion) 

 
November 8, 1996
1 Prop 186: Limits on a contributor's campaign contributions

StateWide

 

 
   
2 Prop 209: Ban discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in public employment/ contracting  StateWide    
3 Prop 212: Repeals existing law limiting gifts and prohibiting honoraria received by public officials

StateWide

Failed

   
4 Prop 215: Exempts patients and primary caregivers from criminal liability for possessing and growing marijuana StateWide     
5 Prop 217: Reinstate 10% and 11% tax rates on taxable incomes over $115,000 and $230,000  

StateWide

Failed

   
6 Prop 218: Limits authority of local governments to impose taxes and property-related assessments StateWide     

  

1994 
June 7, 1994
1 Prop 1B: $1 Billion Bond for Public Schools

StateWide

Failed  

   
2 Prop 1C: $900 million dollar Bond for public colleges and Universities

StateWide

Failed 

   
November 8, 1994
3 Prop 186: Establish "single payer" health care system

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
3 Illegal aliens ineligible for public social services  StateWide    

  

1993 
November 2, 1993
1 Prop 170: Allow school bond measures to be approved by a simple majority vote

StateWide

Failed  

   
2 Prop 174: School Vouchers

StateWide

Failed 

   

 

1992 
June 2, 1992
 1 Prop 1: Bond for public schools StateWide 

$1,900,000,000.00

($1.9 Billion) 

 
2 Prop 153: Bond for higher education StateWide    $900,000,000.00  
November 3, 1992
1 Prop 155:  Construction bonds for schools  StateWide   $900,000,000.00  
2 Prop 162: PERS board sole authority for investment decisions StateWide     
3 Prop 167: Increase a variety of taxes

StateWide

Failed 

   

 

1990 
June 5, 1990
1 Prop 121: Bond for higher education  StateWide    $450,000,000.00   
2 Prop 123: Bond for public schools StateWide  $800,000,000.00   
November 6, 1990
1 Prop 136:  Establishes right to vote on certain tax increases 

StateWide

Failed 

   
2 Prop 143: Bond for higher education 

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
3 Prop 146: Bond for public schools Statewide   $800,000,000.00  

 

1988 
June 7, 1988 
1 Prop 75: Bond for construction/repair of public schools StateWide    $800,000,000.00   
November 8, 1988
1 Prop 78: Bond for higher education StateWide  $600,000,000.00   
2 Prop 79: Bond for public schools StateWide   $800,000,000.00  
3 Prop 94: Judges allowed to accept part-time teaching positions StateWide      
Prop 98: Mandates state spending on education StateWide      

  

1986 
June 3, 1986 
1 Prop 46: With 2/3rds vote, property tax higher than allowed under Prop 13 if funds purchase real estate StateWide     
November 4, 1986
1 Prop 53: $800 million for public school construction StateWide   $800,000,000.00   
2 Prop 56: $400 million for higher education StateWide  $400,000,000.00   
3 Prop 58: Property transferred within family keeps its Prop 13 limits StateWide     
4 Prop 60: Those over 55 allowed to take Prop 13  protections to new residence StateWide      
Prop 62: New local taxes required 2/3rds voter approval StateWide       
6 English is the official language of California  StateWide     

 

1984 
June 5, 1984 
No Education Propositions 
November 6, 1984
1 Prop 26: Bond for public school improvements  StateWide   $450,000,000.00   
2 Prop 37: Establish a state lottery with some proceeds going to education StateWide     

 

1982 
June 8, 1982
 1 Prop 3: P"Change in ownership" tax assessments not relevant when eminent domain was a factor StateWide     
2 Prop 4: Cap on the extent to which state and local government spending can increase every year StateWide      
3 Redistricting of California's congressional districts  

StateWide

Failed  

   
4

Redistricting of California's state senate districts 

StateWide

Failed  

   
5

Redistricting of California's state assembly districts

StateWide

Failed  

   
November 2, 1981
1

Prop 1: Bond for public school capital improvements

 StateWide  

$500,000,000.00   
2

Prop 9: Public school textbooks can be loaned to private schools

StateWide

Failed  

   

 

1980  
June 3, 2018 
 1 Prop 1: Procedures for assigning students to school, and transporting them to school StateWide     
2 Prop 4: Public vote need not be held before a "lowering housing project" can be developed by public body

StateWide

Failed  

   
3 Prop 5: Journalists cannot be cited for contempt for refusing to disclose sources of information  StateWide     
4 Prop 8:Legislature allowed to issue bonds to finance alternative energy  StateWide      
5 Prop 9: Income tax not to exceed 50% of the rates in effect for the 1978 taxable year.

StateWide

Failed  

 
   
November 4, 2018
 1 Prop 6: Jury can include fewer than 12 jurors   StateWide      
2 Prop 7: For purposes of property valuation, solar energy systems don't count as "newly constructed"   StateWide      

 

1979  
 1 Prop 1:Procedures for assigning students to school, and transporting them to school StateWide     
2 Prop 4: Cap on the extent to which state and local government spending can increase every year StateWide      

 

1978  
June 6, 1978
 1 Prop 1: Bonds for state-run schools

StateWide 

Failed

$350,000,000.00   
2 Prop 8: Rules for setting property tax rates on owner-occupied dwellings

StateWide 

Failed

 
   
3 Prop 13: The famous Howard Jarvis-led cap on property tax rates

StateWide 

Passed! 

   
 4 Prop 6: Prohibit gays and supporters of gay rights from teaching in public schools

StateWide 

Failed

 
   

 

1976  
June 8, 1976
 1 Prop 1: Bonds for construction or improvement of public schools 

StateWide

Failed 

 

$200,000,000.00   
2 Prop 4: Bonds for community college facilities

StateWide

Failed 

 
$150,000,000.00   
3 Prop 5: Reduce from supermajority to simple majority the vote required to levy taxes on corporations  StateWide    
Prop 6: Eliminate income tax deduction for property taxes insurance companies pay on insurers' home or principal office StateWide     
5 Prop 10: By two-thirds vote, state legislature allowed to refinance outstanding state bond debt  

StateWide

Failed 

   
6 Prop 13: Property tax postponement provisions for low-income and elderly persons StateWide     
November 2, 1996
1 Prop 4: University of California required to follow competitive bidding practices; prohibited from discrimination in admissions  StateWide     
 2 Prop 8: County superintendents of schools StateWide      
 3 Prop 10: Property taxation by local governments whose boundaries include area in two or more counties StateWide      

 

1974  
Nov 6, 1974
No Education Measures on Ballot
Nov 5, 1974
 1 Prop 1: Bonds for construction or improvement of public schools and earthquake reconstruction

StateWide 

 

   
2 Prop 3: Civil service exemption for members of the Postsecondary Education Commission

StateWide

Failed 

   
3 Prop 4: University of California Regents  StateWide    
4 Prop 6: Property tax exemptions StateWide     
5 Prop 14: Board of State College System of California

Statewide

Failed 

   
 6 Prop 16: Tuition at state colleges to be determined by state legislature, not Board of Regents

Statewide

Failed 

 
   

 

1973  
Nov 6, 1973
 1 Prop 1:Constitutional limitations on tax rates and spending increases

StateWide 

Failed

   

 

1972  
June 6, 1972
1 Prop 1: Bond for construction or improvement of public schools

StateWide

 

$350,000,000.00   
2 Prop 5: Appointments to the Regents of the University of California must be approved by the state senate  StateWide    
3 Prop 7: Rules governing the valuation of single-family dwellings for property tax purposes  StateWide    
November 7, 1972
1

Prop 1 :bonds for community college facilities

StateWide

 

 

$160,000,000.00

 
2

Prop 5: School districts allowed to conduct programs that are not in conflict with purposes of public education

 

StateWide

   
 3

Prop 9: Bonds to fix unsafe schools can be passed by simple majority, rather than supermajority

 

StateWide

   
4

Prop 14: Property tax rate limits for all purposes except payment of designated types of debts and liabilities

 

StateWide

   
5

Prop 21: No public school student, because of his race, creed, or color, shall be required to attend a particular school

 

StateWide

   

 

1970  
June 2, 1970
1 Prop 1: bonds for University of California Health Sciences facilities 

StateWide

Failed 

$246,300,000.00   
2 Prop 6: Appointment or election of State Board of Education and county boards of education  StateWide     
3 Prop 8 Require state to provide at least 50% of public school costs from sources other than property taxes

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
November 3, 1970
1 Prop 4: Legislature may make appropriations for public schools prior to passage of budget bill, if it is delayed

StateWide

Failed 

 
   
2 Prop 5: Meetings of the Board of Regents must be public, with some exceptions  StateWide    
Prop 6: Investment rules for the Teachers' Retirement Fund   StateWide    
Prop 7: Speaker of the Assembly an ex officio member of agencies that administer the state college system  StateWide    
5 Prop 8: An additional Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction exempt from civil service  

StateWide

Failed 

   
Prop 9: Appointment of county superintendents of schools  

StateWide

Failed 

   


 

1968 
June 4, 2018
 1 Prop 2: Bonds for junior college construction StateWide   $65,000,000.00  
November 5, 1968
1 Prop 1: Superintendent of Public Instruction can be appointed; miscellaneous other constitutional revisions

StateWide

Failed  

   
2 Prop 3: Bonds for state college, university and urban school facilities

StateWide

Failed 

 
$250,000,000.00   
3 Prop 9: Limit property tax for property-related services to 1% of market value

StateWide

Failed 

 
   

 

1966 
June 7, 1966
 1 Prop 1: bonds for public schools  StateWide   $275,000,000.00  
November 8, 2966
1 Prop 2: bonds for state college and university facilities StateWide    $230,000,000.00  
2 Prop 4: Local bonds for schools and libraries may be approved by a 60% vote rather than a 2/3rds vote

StateWide  

Failed 

   

 

1964  
 1 Prop 2: bonds for state colleges StateWide   $380,000,000.00  
2 Prop 3: $260 million for construction or improvement of public schools StateWide   $260,000,000.00  

 

1962  
June 5, 1962
 1 Prop 1: bonds for construction or improvement of public schools StateWide   $200,000,000.00  
November 6, 1962
1 Prop 1A: bonds for construction of higher education facilities StateWide  $270,000,000.00   
2 Proposition 9: "General Obligation Bond Proceeds Fund" into which proceeds of all general obligation bond issues are placed StateWide      

 

1960  
 1 Prop 2:bond for school districts StateWide   $300,000,000.00  
2 Prop 4:Term not to exceed eight years for members of agencies overseeing the State College System of California StateWide      

 

1958 Voter Guide  
1 Prop 2: bonds for schools for handicapped students   $220,000,000
2 Prop 3: bonds for schools, correctional and mental facilities  $200,000,000 
3 Prop 10: Rules for eminent domain for airports and schools  
4 Prop 13: Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction to be appointive, instead of elective, after 1962.  
5 Prop 18: Prohibition on collective bargaining  

1954-55 California Budget

Total 1950-51 California Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (31.2%)  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
State Bond Debt   

 

1956  
Prop 2: bonds for school construction for "physically handicapped or mentally retarded minors." StateWide   $100,000,000
Prop 3: bonds for state educational institutions, mental and correctional institutions  StateWide   $200,000,000 

1954-55 California Budget

Total 1954-55 California Budget $1,473,292,706 
State Operations Budget $376,590,586
Capital Outlay Budget  $313,346,653
Local Assistance Budget   $783,355,467
Education Spending (31.2%)  
State Operations Budget  $91,083,113
Capital Outlay  $31,757,465
Local Assistance Budget   $436,033,912
State Bond Debt  $659,422,592

 

 

 

1953-54 California Budget

Total 1953-54 California Budget $1,244,063,838
State Operations Budget $331,570,832
Capital Outlay Budget $256,432,401
Local Assistance Budget  $656,060,605
Education Spending (31.2%)  $430,993,813
State Operations Budget $73,622,747
Capital Outlay $25,569,316
Local Assistance Budget   $331,801,750
State Bond Debt  $498,584,534

 


1954 Voter Guide  
STATE WIDE
November 2, 1954

PASSED

Prop 2: Bonds for construction of public schools

This Constitutional amendment would authorize a $100,000,000 bond issue for loans and grants to school districts for use purchasing furniture and equipment for schools, and planning and construction, reconstruction, repairing, altering , and making additions to school buildings.

The bond act provides that $5,000,000 will be available for apportionment on Nov 5, 1955, and each month thereafter until $100,000,000 has become available for apportionment. It also appropriates $75,000 as a revolving fund to pay the expense of bond sales, to be repaid to the State Treasury from bond proceeds.

 

 $100,000,000

PASSED

Prop 14: College Tax exemption for property under construction

This constitutional amendment provided a property tax exemption of college buildings and land of not-for-profit colleges while they are under construction.

 

PASSED

Prop 15

Tax exemption for charitable and educational non-profits extended to buildings under construction

 

 

1951-52 California Budget

Total 1951-52 California Budget $1,092,711,250
State Operations Budget $272,738,839
Capital Outlay Budget $264,834,860
Local Assistance Budget  $555,137,551
Education Spending (31.2%)  $345,021,514
State Operations Budget $55,891,641
Capital Outlay $47,345,614
Local Assistance Budget   $241,775,259
State Bond Debt  $323,376,077

 

1952 Special Election Voter Guide 
STATE WIDE

PASSED

Prop 2: Increase in per pupil payments from state to public school districts

 

PASSED

Prop 3: Property tax exemptions for private non-profit schools 

 

PASSED

Prop 8: Tax exemption for higher education facilities under construction by charitable non-profits

 

PASSED

Prop 24: School Bonds Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 3

This Constitutional amendment would authorize a $185,000,000 bond issue for loans and grants to school districts for and for repayment of the money appropriated for state school building aid from the General Fund.

$20,000,000 available for building construction on May 5, 1953 and $5,000,000 each month thereafter, but not to exceed $165,000,000. 

and

the issuance of $20,000,000 of bonds to repay the General Fund as may be needed to provide a surplus of $5,000,000 in the General Fund on June 30, 1953

$185,000,000.00  


1950-51 California Budget

Total 1950-51 California Budget $1,166,762,418
State Operations Budget $349,979,967
Capital Outlay Budget $316,819,484
Local Assistance Budget  $500,057,544
Education Spending (31.2%)  $292,108,859
State Operations Budget $18,078,353
Capital Outlay $30,022,290
Local Assistance Budget   
Public Schools $218,422,567
School Building Construction $25,585,649
State Bond Debt  $181,739,915

 

 

1949 Voter Guide
STATE WIDE PROPOSITIONS

PASSED

Prop 1: Bonds for Schools 

With the growth in population of more than 3.5, million people since 1940, and about 20,000 more people entering California each month, state and local governing bodies have had to expand many services provided by taxes. Greatest growth has been in school attendance.

From 1,120,000 children in 1940 to 1,120,000 children in 1940 to 1,521,000 in 1948. Record high birth rates during those years testify to increase in attendance to 2,258,000 by 1958. 

The school system of California has not even been able to provide sufficient classrooms for the present enrollment. Many thousands of children are herded into overcrowded classes of 50 or even 60 pupils: more than 100,000 children are on half-day sessions; another 75,000 attend classes held in church basements, stores, garages and community halls. Such classes cost more to operate than 'in a regular schoolroom and present difficulties that cheat the children of their equal opportunities for Education. There are thousands of students now in high school that have never gone to school a full day.

The State Treasury contributes funds for part of the cost of teaching services. Because if increased attendance, this cost has risen from $173,521,609 in 1947-48 to $196,250,900 estimated for 1949-50. Even this figure is generally admitted to be about $36,000,000 less than the minimum needed at present prices. Based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Cost of Living Index, the $73.37 per pupil contributed by the State in 1939-40 had the purchasing power of $68.99, while the $121.03 contributed in 1947-48 was only worth $68.93.

With the constitutional provision appropriating $120 for each child in school which must be raised by taxation, the state contribution for education will be at least $271,000,000 annually by 1958. None of the foregoing figures take into account the needs of state colleges or the University of California.

$250,000,000.00


1949-50 California Budget 

Total 1949-50 California Budget  $1,060,187,939
State Operations Budget $428,672,779
Capital Outlay Budget $241,122,553
Local Assistance Budget  $390,392,607
Cash Saved for Capital Outlay ($147,908,944)
1949-50 Adjusted Budget $912,278,995
Education Spending (30.2%) $320,468,000
State Operations Budget $48,171,321
Capital Outlay $63,682,130
Local Assistance Budget   $208,614,549
State Bond Debt  $133,563,793

 

 

Historical Budget and Education Spending Data 1949 to the Present

*Note - Some of this data is still being collected

 

 

 
CALIFORNIA STATE BUDGET AND EDUCATION FUNDING
Year State Budget Education Spending  % of State Budget Higher Education K-12 Number of Students Average Per Pupil Funding  CUSD Per Pupil Funding
2018-19 $201 Billion $73 Billion 36.3% $16 Billion   $57 Billion Not Available Not Available  Not Available 
2017-18 $183 Billion $72 Billion  39.3% $15 Billion  $57 Billion 6,220,413 $9,163  per pupil  Not Available 
2016-17 $170 Billion $66 Billion 38.5% $15 Billion   $51 Billion  6,228,235  $8,189 per pupil  $9,675 per pupil 
2015-16 $168 Billion $65 Billion  38.9% $15 Billion    $51 Billion  6,226,737  $8,190   per pupil $9,309 per pupil 
2014-15 $156 Billion $59 Billion 37.5% $13 Billion  $46 Billion  6,235,520  $7,376 per pupil  $8,042 per pupil 
2013-14 $145 Billion $51 Billion 35.2% $11 Billion  $40 Billion  6,236,672   $6,414   per pupil  $7,419 per pupil 
2012-13 $142 Billion $49 Billion 34.4% $10 Billion  $39 Billion  6,226,989  $6,263 per pupil  $7,002 per pupil
2011-12 $129 Billion $47 Billion 36.2% $11 Billion   $36 Billion  6,220,993   $5,787 per pupil  $7,469 per pupil
2010-11 $125 Billion $49 Billion 39.4%  $13 Billion  $37 Billion  6,217,002   $5,951 per pupil  $7,228 per pupil 
2009-10 $119 Billion $48 Billion 40.1% $12 Billion   $36 Billion  6,192,121   $5,184 per pupil $7,246 per pupil 
2008-09 $144 Billion $60 Billion 41.3% $14 Billion   $46 Billion  6,252,029   $7,358 per pupil $7,614 per pupil 
2007-08 $146 Billion $60 Billion 41.5%  $23 Billion  $45 Billion 6,275,469   $7,171 per pupil  $7,694 per pupil 
2006-07 $131 Billion  $49 Billion  42%  $9 Billion $40 Billion  6,286,943   $6,362 per pupil  $7,361 per pupil 
2005-06 $117 Billion  $45 Billion  37%  $9 Billion $36 Billion  6,312,436  $5,703 per pupil  $6,864 per pupil
2004-05 $105 Billion  $33 Billion  31% $3 Billion   $30 Billion   6,322,141  $4,745 per pupil $6,340 per pupil 
2003-04   $99 Billion   $44 Billion  44% $11 Billion   $33 Billion  6,298,763   $5,239 per pupil   $6,364 per pupil
2002-03   $99 Billion  $40 Billion  40% $8 Billion  $32 Billion  6,244,732  $5,124 per pupil $6,292 per pupil 
2001-02  $103 Billion  $45 Billion  44% $12 Billion  $33 Billion   6,147,375 $5,368 per pupil  $6,149 per pupil 
2000-01  $99 Billion  $40 Billion  40% $10 Billion  $30 Billion  6,050,895 $4,958 per pupil  $5,789 per pupil

 

*The Statement of Bond Debt is now contained in Appendices of the Governor's Final Budget Summary

California Policy Center: California's Total State and Local Debt Totals $1.3 Trillion

2018-19 California Budget
Total Budget $201,372,752,000
General Fund  $138,687,501,000
Special Fund  $58,511,958,000
Bond Funds  $4,173,293,000
Education Spending (36.3%)  $73,137,100,000 
K-12 $56,680,868,000
General Fund  $55,918,975,000
Special Fund  $105,628,000
Bond Funds $656,265,000
Higher Ed $16,456,232,000
General Fund  $16,081,242,000
Special Fund  $173,121,000
Bond Fund  $201,960,000
Statement of Bond Debt  $1.3 Trillion Dollars  

 

2017-18 California Budget
Total Budget $183,256,293,000
General Fund $125,096,323,000
Special Fund $54,890,511,000
Bond Funds  $3,269,459
Education Spending (39.3%)   $72,082,388,000
Total K-12 $56,686,083,000
General Fund  $55,918,975,000
Special Fund  $109,273,000
Bond Funds $657,835,000
Total Higher Ed  $15,396,305,000
General Fund $14,892,069,000
Special Fund $177,464,000
Bond Fund $326,772,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2016-17 California Budget
Total Budget  $170,862,847.000
General Fund $122,468,243,000
Special Fund  $44,628,660,000
Bond Funds   $3,765,944,000
Education Spending (38.5%)   $65,809,332,000
Total K-12 $51,278,177,000 
General Fund   $51,278,177,000
Special Fund   $92,736,000
Bond Funds  $122,043,000
Total Higher Ed  $14,862,085
General Fund  $14,531,155,000
Special Fund  $48,158,000
Bond Fund  $282,772,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2015-16 California Budget
Total Budget $167,574,550,000 
General Fund  $115,369,540,000
Special Fund  $45,717,187,000
Bond Funds   $6,487,823,000
Education Spending (38.9%)   $65,172,566,000
Total K-12  $50,539,771,000
General Fund   $49,373,454,000
Special Fund  $103,081,000
Bond Funds  $1,063,236,000
Total Higher Ed  $14,632,795,000
General Fund  $14,199,875,000
Special Fund  $42,747,000
Bond Fund  $390,173,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2014-15 California Budget
Total Budget  $156,357,611,000
General Fund  $107,987,028,000
Special Fund $44,324,239,000
Bond Funds   $4,046,344,000
Education Spending (37.5%)   $58,512,831,000
Total K-12  $45,465,167,000
General Fund   $44,979,584,000
Special Fund   $72,722,000
Bond Funds  $412,861,000
Total Higher Ed  $13,047,664,000
General Fund  $12,562,081,000
Special Fund  $72,722,000
Bond Fund  $412,861,000
Statement of Bond Debt     

 

2013-14 California Budget
Total Budget $145,300,007,000
General Fund  $96,281,237,000
Special Fund  $42,021,696,000
Bond Funds   $6,997,074,000
Education Spending (35.2%)   $51,056,350,000
Total K-12  $39,661,003,000
General Fund   $39,661,003,000
Special Fund   $119,189,000
Bond Funds  $4,884,000
Total Higher Ed  $11,395,347,000
General Fund  10,923,388,000
Special Fund  45,065,000
Bond Fund  $426,894,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2012-13 California Budget
Total Budget $142,420,345,000 
General Fund  $91,337,850,000
Special Fund  $39,408,603,000
Bond Funds   $11,673,892,000
Education Spending (34.4%)   $48,852,250,000
Total K-12  $38,884,243,000
General Fund   $37,847,878,000
Special Fund   $87,676,000
Bond Funds  $948,689,000
Total Higher Ed  $9,968,007,000
General Fund  $9,431,715,000
Special Fund $40,791,000 
Bond Fund $495,501,000 
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2011-12 California Budget
Total Budget  $129,476,925,000
General Fund   $85,936,859,000
Special Fund  $34,180,402,000
Bond Funds   $9,359,664,000
Education Spending (36.2%)   $46,906,183,000
Total K-12 $35,765,783,000
General Fund  $34,302,078,000
Special Fund  $83,779,000
Bond Funds  $1,379,926,000
Total Higher Ed  $11,140,400,000
General Fund  10,248,424,000
Special Fund  $41,196,000
Bond Fund  $850,780,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2010-11 California Budget
Total Budget $125,254,953,000 
General Fund  $86,551,495,000
Special Fund $30,851,482,000 
Bond Funds   $7,851,976,000
Education Spending (39.4%)  $49,464,979,000 
Total K-12  $36,844,236,000
General Fund   $36,079,143,000
Special Fund   $80,751,000
Bond Funds  $684,342,000
Total Higher Ed  $12,620,743,000
General Fund  $11,489,721,000
Special Fund $36,008,000
Bond Fund  $1,095,014,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2009-10 California Budget
Total Budget  $119,244,918,000
General Fund  $84,582,902,000
Special Fund  $25,122,617,000
Bond Funds   $9,539,399.000
Education Spending (40.1%)   $47,859,783,000
Total K-12   $35,653,555,000
General Fund  $35,042,187,000
Special Fund  $105,888,000
Bond Funds $505,480,000
Total Higher Ed  $12,206,228,000
General Fund  $10,546,634,000
Special Fund  $46,816,000
Bond Fund  $1,612,778,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2008-09 California Budget
Total Budget  $144,489,190,000
General Fund $103,400,760,000 
Special Fund $28,188,470,000 
Bond Funds  $12,899,960,000
Education Spending (41.3%)   $59,724,727,000
Total K-12  $46,167,458,000
General Fund   $41,579,124,000
Special Fund   $161,588,000
Bond Funds   $4,426,746,000
Total Higher Ed  $13,557,269,000
General Fund  $12,112,593,000
Special Fund  $40,889,000
Bond Fund  $1,403,787,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2007-08 California Budget
Total Budget $145,543,075,000 
General Fund  $102,258,193,000
Special Fund  $29,213,057,000
Bond Funds   $14,071,825,000
Education Spending (41.5%)   $60,402,537,000
Total K-12  $45,423,994,000
General Fund   $41,341,014,000
Special Fund  $93,003,000
Bond Funds  $3,989,977,000
Total Higher Ed  $14,978,543,000
General Fund  $11,979,841,000
Special Fund  $42,065,000
Bond Fund  $2,956,637,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2006-07 California Budget
Total Budget $131,402,614,300,000 
General Fund  $101,260,997,500,000
Special Fund  $26,592,097,800,000
Bond Funds   $3,549,519,000
Education Spending (%)   $49,261,306,000
Total K-12 $40,023,253,000
General Fund  $39,881,241,000
Local Revenue   $63,316,000
Bond Funds $78,696,000 
Total Higher Ed $9,238,053,000
General Fund $7,018,153,000
Special Fund  $1,261,848,000
Bond Fund  $958,052,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2005-06 California Budget
Total Budget $117,362,515,584,000 
General Fund $90,025,959,859,000 
Special Fund $23,332,836,894,000 
Bond Funds  $4,003,718,831,000 
Education Spending (41%)  $44,971,453,000 
Total K-12  $36,044,311,000
General Fund   $35,884,394,000
Special Fund   $63,791,000
Bond Funds  $96,126,000
Total Higher Ed  $8,927,142,000
General Fund  $6,461,609,000
Special Fund  $1,244,607,000
Bond Fund  $1,220,926,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2004-05 California Budget
Total Budget $105,377,333,979,000
General Fund  $78,681,001,033,000
Special Fund  $23,701,075,520,000
Bond Funds   $2,995,257.426,000
Education Spending (31%)   $33,048,090,000
Total K-12   $30,412,000,000
General Fund   $30,317,052,000
Special Fund   $59,206,000
Bond Funds  $35,806,000
Total Higher Ed  $3,383,171
General Fund $2,636,090,000
Special Fund $1,496,000
Bond Fund $745,585,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2003-04 California Budget
Total Budget  $99,143,404,958,000
General Fund  $71,136,964,450,000
Special Fund  $20,537,902,788,000
Bond Funds   $7,468,537,720,000
Education Spending (44%)   $44,102,000,000
Total K-12  $33,045,000,000
General Fund   $29,318,000,000
Special Fund   $59,000,000
Bond Funds  $3,668,000,000
Total Higher Ed  $11,057,000,000
General Fund  $8,679,000,000
Special Fund  $1,025,000,000
Bond Fund  $1,353,000,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2002-03 California Budget
Total Budget $98,887,862,521,000
General Fund  $76,721,738,911,000
Special Fund  $19,353,889,180,000
Bond Funds   $2,812,234,430,000
Education Spending (40.4%)   $40,164,399,000
Total K-12  $31,851,347,000
General Fund   $31,315,347,000
Special Fund   $62,891,000
Bond Funds  $472,618,000
Total Higher Ed  $8,313,052,000
General Fund  $7,097,168,000
Special Fund  $743,534,000
Bond Fund  $472,350,000
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

2001-02 California Budget
Total Budget  $103,279,391,394,000
General Fund $78,763,416,398,000
Special Fund $21,335,236,304,000
Bond Funds   $3,180,738,692,000
Education Spending (43.7%)   $45,080,000
Total K-12  $33,464,000
General Fund   $32,540,000
Special Fund   $61,000,000
Bond Funds  $863,000,000
Total Higher Ed  $11,616,000
General Fund  $10,342,000
Special Fund  $718,000
Bond Fund  $556,000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

2000-01 California Budget
Total Budget  $99,424,137,212,000
General Fund $78,815,938,057,000
Special Fund  $15,560,001,133,000
Bond Funds   $5,048,198,022,000
Education Spending (40.1%)  $39,886,000,000 
Total K-12  $29,764,000
General Fund   $28,014,000
Special Fund   $45,000,000
Bond Funds  $1,705,000
Total Higher Ed  $10,122,000
General Fund  $8,775,000
Special Fund  $690,000
Bond Fund  $657.000
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

1999-2000 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1998-99 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1997-98 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1996-97 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1995-96 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

1994-95 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1993-94 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1992-93 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1991-92 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1990-91 California Budget
Total Budget $55,672,000,000 
General Fund  $42,915,000,000
Special Fund $8,859,000,000 
Bond Funds $3,898,000,000 
Education Spending (43.7%)   $24,378,000,000
Total K-12 $19,634,000,000
General Fund  $17,766,000,000
Special Fund   $77,000,000,000
Bond Fund  $1,791,000,000
Higher Education  $4,744,000,000
General Fund  $4,392,000,000
Special Fund  $38,000,000
Bond Fund  $314,000,000
Statement of Bond Debt   $5,150,000,000

 

1988-89 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1986-88 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1985-86 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1984-85 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1983-84 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1982-83 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1981-82 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1980-81 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1979-80 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1978-79 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1977-78 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

1976-77 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1975-76 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1974-75 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1973-74 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1972-73 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1971-72 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1970-71 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1969-70 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1968-69 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1967-68 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1966-67 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1965-66 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

1964-65 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1963-64 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1962-63 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1961-62 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (42.2%)   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1960-61 California Budget
Total Budget $2,477,121,574 
State Operations Budget  $748,302,020
Capital Outlay Budget  $441,753,157
Local Assistance Budget   $1,287,066,397
Education Spending (42.2%)   $1,045,480,969
State Operations Budget  $195,618,707
Capital Outlay  $95,958,587
Local Assistance Budget   $753,903,675
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1959-60 California Budget
Total  Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

  

1958-59 California Budget
Total California Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending   
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1957-58 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (31.2%)  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt   

 

1956-57 California Budget
Total Budget $1,606,163,971 
State Operations Budget $412,568,312 
Capital Outlay Budget  $335,891,984
Local Assistance Budget   $857,703,675
Education Spending (34.1%)  $547,378,327
State Operations Budget $33,675,375
Capital Outlay  $38,400,216
Local Assistance Budget   $475,302,736
Statement of Bond Debt  $785,355,680 

 

1955-56 California Budget
Total Budget $1,473,292,706
State Operations Budget $376,590,586
Capital Outlay Budget  $313,346,653
Local Assistance Budget   $783,355,467
Education Spending (37.9%)  $558,874,490
State Operations Budget  $91,083,113
Capital Outlay  $31,757,465
Local Assistance Budget   $436,033,912
Statement of Bond Debt  $659,422,592

 

1954-55 California Budget
Total Budget  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay Budget  
Local Assistance Budget   
Education Spending (31.2%)  
State Operations Budget  
Capital Outlay  
Local Assistance Budget   
Statement of Bond Debt    

 

1953-54 California Budget
Total Budget  $1,244,063,838
State Operations Budget $331,570,832
Capital Outlay Budget $256,432,401
Local Assistance Budget  $656,060,605
Education Spending (31.2%)  $430,993,813
State Operations Budget $73,622,747
Capital Outlay $25,569,316
Local Assistance Budget   $331,801,750
Statement of Bond Debt  $498,584,534

 

1951-52 California Budget
Total 1951-52 California Budget $1,092,711,250
State Operations Budget $272,738,839
Capital Outlay Budget $264,834,860
Local Assistance Budget  $555,137,551
Education Spending (31.2%)  $345,021,514
State Operations Budget $55,891,641
Capital Outlay $47,345,614
Local Assistance Budget   $241,775,259
Statement of Bond Debt  $323,376,077

 

1950-51 California Budget
Total Budget $1,166,762,418
State Operations Budget $349,979,967
Capital Outlay Budget $316,819,484
Local Assistance Budget  $500,057,544
Education Spending (25.04%)  $292,108,859
State Operations Budget $18,078,353
Capital Outlay $30,022,290
Local Assistance Budget   
Public Schools $218,422,567
School Building Construction $25,585,649
Statement of Bond Debt  $181,739,915

 

1949-50 California Budget 
Total Budget  $1,060,187,939
State Operations Budget $428,672,779
Capital Outlay Budget $241,122,553
Local Assistance Budget  $390,392,607
Cash Saved for Capital Outlay ($147,908,944)
1949-50 Adjusted Budget $912,278,995
Education Spending (30.2%) $320,468,000
State Operations Budget $48,171,321
Capital Outlay $63,682,130
Local Assistance Budget   $208,614,549
Interest Expense on Bond Debt  $133,563,793