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Provides additional public school funding for kindergarten through grade 12 by imposing a $50 tax on each real property parcel; only $5 for certain elderly and disabled homeowners. Funds must be used for class size reduction, textbooks, school safety, Academic Success facility grants, and a data system to evaluate educational program effectiveness. Provides for reimbursement to government entities to offset anticipated decrease in other tax revenue. Prohibits fund use for school administrative overhead. Requires school district audits and penalties for fund misuse. Excludes funds from Proposition 98 calculations. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: Annual revenue of up to $500 million from a new, statewide parcel tax with the revenue dedicated to specific K-12 education programs (such as class size reduction, instructional materials, school safety, and facility grants). (SA2005RF0128).
John D Adkisson
Failed to Qualify
Education Funding. Real Property Parcel Tax. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute. California Initiative 1191 (2006).