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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Patrick Murphy, Jennifer Paluch

NOTE: Figure excludes non–Proposition 98 state General Fund contributions—including funding for state-debt service payments for school facilities, ...

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Higher Education Funding in California

By Kevin Cook

Higher education is the third largest General Fund expenditure, after K–12 education and health and human services. The majority ($12.3 billion) of this ...

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California’s State Budget: The Governor’s Proposal

By Radhika Mehlotra, Patrick Murphy

Jan 10, 2019 ... Education makes up the majority of General Fund expenditures ... SOURCE: Governor's Proposed Budget, California Department of Finance, January 10, ...

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Higher Education in California: Institutional Costs

By Hans Johnson, Patrick Murphy, Margaret Weston, Kevin Cook

Revenues. The vast majority of funds available to the UC and CSU systems to cover the costs of educating students come from state General Fund support and net ...

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A Long-term View of Higher Education Funding

By Kevin Cook

Aug 16, 2018 ... Along with tuition, state General Fund allocations are the largest source of revenue for California's public colleges and universities.

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Paying for California’s Water System

By Caitrin Chappelle, Ellen Hanak, Annabelle Rosser

Most funding for California's water system comes from local utilities. ... Bonds are reimbursed by the state's general fund, and California is currently ...

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Spending on Corrections and Higher Education

By Sonya Tafoya, Sarah Bohn

Aug 4, 2016 ... California has long been criticized for its growing corrections expenditures, especially as General Fund spending on higher education has ...

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Census-Related Funding in California

By Patrick Murphy, Caroline Danielson

Federal dollars account for more than one-third of all state spending (including the state General Fund, special funds, and bonds)—more than $100 billion in ...