The passage of Proposition 30 by voters last week has educators in California breathing easier. It's expected to raise about $7 billion for schools this year. But voters expecting to see tangible benefits from that money at their local schools right away might be disappointed. In the first year, at least, much of that money is already spoken for.
For a look at what Proposition 30 might mean for schools this year and beyond, we talk with Kathryn Baron, senior writer with EdSource Today.