Senate Constitutional Amendment 26. Amends Sections 2, 3 and, 7, Article IX of Constitution. Provides for State Board of Education, composed of ten members with ten-year terms, appointed by Governor with concurrence of Senate, Superintendent of Public Instruction to be executive Secretary thereof with salary fixed by law; Board to provide under legislative regulations, text-books for elementary schools; empowers Legislature to transfer jurisdiction of such Superintendent to Director of Education whenever hereafter it creates latter office, vacating other office while latter exists; authorizes regulations whereby holders of State credentials may teach without county certificates.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 551858; A: 43.6; N: 714411; B: 56.4
Senate Constitutional Amendment
State Bd. of Equalization: 13 Cal. App. 4th 720, 1993
Herbert C. Jones, State Senator, Twenty-eighth District; Sanborn Young, State Senator, Twenty-seventh District
Frank C. Weller, State Senator, Thirty-Sixth District
EDUCATION California Proposition 6 (1928).