Submitted by paceadmin on Wed, 06/19/2019 - 17:00

Legislation for billions in school construction bonds moved closer to the 2020 California ballot despite concerns over equitable spending of those funds. This EdSource article cites a study for the PACE/Stanford University research initiative Getting Down to Facts II, by Jeffrey M. Vincent of UC Berkeley and Eric Brunner at the University of Connecticut, which found distributions from past bonds were eight times higher in the state’s wealthiest districts than in its poorest.