SUSD officials are pleased Prop. 30 passed, but business chief Wayne Martin said it does not represent a windfall for school districts so much as it means there won’t be more cuts.
“We made — for now,” Martin said. “It’s flat funding. This is where the heavy lifting starts. We still need to exercise fiscal restraint. The last five years we have experienced funding cuts year after year after year. It’s a better day for us. But we still have to have our eyes open.”