In revised budget, Gov. Brown details costly 30-year plan to fix teacher pensions

Publication date: May 14, 2014

Source: EdSource Today

Gov. Jerry Brown is predicting that the state will take in $2.4 billion more in revenue in 2014-15 than initially estimated, but highly expectant education leaders won’t get a piece of it to implement the Common Core state standards or make a down payment for universal preschool. They can count on the double-digit spending increase that the governor proposed in January  – but not much more.

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