Over the next 8 years, school budgets in California are expected to increase by $18 billion.
As many Sacramento citizens know, public school budgets have suffered severely during the past few years. However, 2014 has the potential to be an important year for increasing student success reforming how the state provides its support for schools.
California’s new Fair School Funding Law –otherwise known as the Local Control Funding Formula– is paving the way to reconstructing the state’s educational system after years of layoffs and budget cuts. Over the next 8 years, state-wide educational spending is expected to increase by $18 billion. The Fair School Funding Law (LCFF) will instruct school districts on how to distribute the funds.