Voters approved Prop. 30 in November 2012 taxing the state’s wealthy to raise $5 billion for education.
State Controller John Chiang has launched a new website that can help the public track Prop. 30 money. The database can help people find out how much each district receives in Prop. 30 money and how they’re spending it – and if they’re spending it the right way.
The webiste is trackprop30.ca.gov
According to the website Stockton received just over $38 million in Prop. 30 money and Lincoln Unified about $9.9 million. Neither district has submitted a spending plan that has been recorded on the webiste.