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Proposition 1D Programs, Proposition 55 Programs, Proposition 47 Programs, Proposition 1A Programs

Proposition 1D Summary of Programs

Proposition 1D, officially the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2006, was placed on the November 2006 ballot as a result of Governor Schwarzenegger signing Assembly Bill 127 (Chapter 35, Statutes of 2006) into law on May 20, 2006. Proposition 1D was approved by the voters providing $10.416 billion in general obligation bonds for educational facilities, of which $7.329 billion is earmarked for kindergarten through twelfth grade projects.

Existing Programs Supported by Proposition 1D

  • New Construction more...
  • Modernization more...
  • Charter School Facilities more...
  • Joint-Use more...
  • Small High School Pilot more...

    New Programs created by Proposition 1D

  • Career Technical Education Facilities more...
  • Overcrowding Relief Grant more...
  • High Performance Schools Incentive Grant more...
  • Seismic Mitigation more...

    The following chart summarizes the K-12 facilities funding provided in Proposition 1D:

    Program Bond 2006
    New Construction* ** $1,900,000,000
    Modernization* $3,300,000,000
    Charter Schools $500,000,000
    Career Technical Education $500,000,000
    Joint Use Projects $29,000,000
    Overcrowding Relief $1,000,000,000
    High Performance Schools $100,000,00
    TOTAL K-12 $7,329,000,000
    * No more than $200,000,000 of the sum of the appropriations for new construction and modernization shall be used to fund small high schools.
    ** Up to 10.5 percent ($199.5 million) shall be available for purposes of seismic repair, reconstruction, or replacement.

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    Proposition 55 Summary of Programs

    The passage of Proposition 55, the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2004, in March 2004 provided an additional $10.0 billion in general obligation bonds for the construction and renovation of K–12 school facilities. These funds are made available through the School Facility Program, and continue to assisting school districts with overcrowding, accommodating future enrollment growth and repairing and modernization older facilities.

    Existing Programs Supported by Proposition 55

  • New Construction more...
  • Modernization more...
  • Critically Overcrowded Schools more...
  • Joint-Use more...
  • Charter School Facilities more...

    New Program Created by Proposition 55:

  • Small High School Pilot more...

    The following chart summarizes the K-12 facilities funding provided in Proposition 55:

    Program Bond 2004
    New Construction * ** $5,260,000,000
    Modernization ** $2,250,000,000
    Critically Overcrowded Schools $2,440,000,000
    Joint Use $50,000,000
    TOTAL K-12 *** $10,000,000,000
    * Up to $300 million specified for Charter School Facilities Program.
    ** Includes a total of up to $20 million that may be used to increase the grants for projects with qualifying energy efficiency provisions for both new construction and modernization.
    *** Includes $20 million of New Construction funding and $5 million of modernization funding for the Small High School Pilot Program.

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    Proposition 47 Summary of Programs

    Proposition 47, (the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002) was approved by the voters in November 2002. This proposition provided $11.4 billion in general obligation bonds for K-12 facilities through the School Facility Program. This Proposition expanded the SFP to include specific funding for new programs; charter school facilities, critically overcrowded schools, joint-use projects and small high schools.

    Existing Programs Supported by Proposition 47

  • New Construction more...
  • Modernization more...

    New Programs Created by Proposition 47

  • Charter School Facilities more...
  • School Facility Program Joint Use more...
  • Critically Overcrowded Schools more...

    The following chart summarizes the K-12 facilities funding provided in Proposition 47:

    Program Bond 2002
    New Construction * ** $3,450,000,000
    Modernization ** $1,400,000,000
    New Construction Backlog $2,900,000,000
    Modernization Backlog $1,900,000,000
    Critically Overcrowded Schools (COS) $1,700,000,000
    Joint Use $50,000,000
    TOTAL K-12 $11,400,000,000
    * Up to $100 million specified for Charter School Facilities Program.
    ** Includes a total of up to $20 million that may be used to increase the grants for projects with qualifying energy efficiency provisions for both new construction and modernization.

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    Proposition 1A Summary of Programs

    Proposition 1A, Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 1998 was approved by the voters the following November 1998. This Proposition provided $6.7 billion in general obligation bonds for K –12 public school facilities and provided the first funding for the new School Facility Program. The School Facility Program provides State funding assistance for two major types of facilities construction projects; new construction and modernization. At the time of the passage of this proposition it was the largest school bond in the history of the State.

    New Programs Created by Proposition 1A

  • New Construction more...
  • Modernization more...
  • Class Size Reduction more...
  • Hardship more...

    The following chart summarizes the K-12 facilities funding provided in Proposition 1A:

    Program Bond 1998
    New Construction $2,900,000,000
    Modernization $2,100,000,000
    Class Size Reduction $700,000,000
    Hardship (Facility/Financial/Excessive) $1,000,000,000
    TOTAL K-12 $6,700,000,000

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