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Our future depends on the education of our children from kindergarten through high school and, for those students who desire it, the completion of college or vocational education.
Yet many parents feel trapped by under-performing schools and without any ability to save for college and/or vocational training.
The State of California currently spends about $17,000 per pupil on K–12 public education, including federal, state, and local funds and over $97 billion to educate about 6,000,000 children in public schools. The State provides most of the money for schools pursuant to the minimum funding guarantee in the California Constitution (Proposition 98), about $12,000 per pupil per year.