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Prop 28

Beginning in 2023-24, California’s Proposition 28 provides additional funding for Arts and Music Education in California Public Schools.  The amount provided to each District is based on the total student enrollment (70%) plus the amount of low-income students enrolled (30%).   
Schools are required to use these funds for hiring additional new arts staff and to supplement and enhance their arts education programs.  This may include a variety of subjects, including dance, media arts, music, theater, and visual arts.
School sites are required to develop an annual school plan for spending their Prop 28 funds, approved by the site Principal, detailing how they will expand arts instruction on each school site.  Every school receives a new 3-year allocation annually.  

Annual Reports