California’s Proposition 28 on the November 2022 ballot would create dedicated annual funding for arts and music programming and personnel in schools by requiring the state to dedicate at least 1% of annual state and local revenues that local education agencies (traditionally a public board of education) receive under Proposition 98 (1988).
Prop. 28 would also direct a higher proportion of this dedicated funding to schools with a concentration of low-income students. Larger schools, with 500 or more student, would have to use 80% of the funding for employing teachers and 20% for training and materials.
Proposition 28 would require