Track Prop. 30

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State of California K-12 Education Profile

2012-13 Prop. 30 Funding

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Amount given throughout California in 2012-13
$6,038,592,039

Prop. 30 compared to All Revenue Sources


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Prop. 30
$5,555,444,562 All Revenues
$5,555,444,562 Prop. 30
$6,038,592,039 All Revenues
$53,939,122,842 Prop. 30
$0 All Revenues
$54,358,200,544 Prop. 30
$0 All Revenues
$57,623,258,815 Prop. 30
$0 All Revenues
$55,959,877,004 Prop. 30
$0 All Revenues
$60,744,067,281 Prop. 30
$0 All Revenues
$59,887,699,673
Note: For Fiscal Years 2012-13 and 2013-14, the All Revenues column includes Prop. 30 funds. The dashed-line box is shown to highlight the Prop. 30 portion of the total.
Non Prop. 30 revenue sources for FY 2013-14 will be available in summer 2015

2012-13 Financial Status of Districts & Charter Schools

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Interim Certification What is this?
Negative 1 % 8
Qualified 8 % 84
Positive 91 % 913
Going Concern What is this?
This information will be posted as soon as it is received from the local educational agency. This data is generally not received until 15 months after the close of a fiscal year.
Prop. 30 Compliance What is this?
This information will be posted as soon as it is received from the local educational agency. Prop. 30 audits begin with Fiscal Year 2013-14 and results generally will not be available until 15 months after the close of a fiscal year.

2012-13 Revenues

(in billions)
Uncategorized Revenues
$1,503,449,162 Local Revenue
$4,494,163,485 Federal Revenue
$4,750,778,680 Prop 30 Funding
$6,038,592,039 State Revenue
$11,005,613,637 State Revenue Limit
$26,146,525,840
$26.1 State Revenue Limit 48 %
$11.0 State Revenue 20 %
$6.0 Prop 30 Funding 11 %
$4.8 Federal Revenue 9 %
$4.5 Local Revenue 8 %
$1.5 Uncategorized Revenues 3 %
$53.9Total Revenues

2012-13 Expenses

(in billions)
Other Expenditures
$1,040,253,761 Uncategorized Expenses
$1,442,305,028 Books & Supplies
$1,929,300,648 Services & Operations
$6,521,183,043 Employee Benefits
$10,843,793,497 Employee Salaries
$32,186,322,889
$32.2 Employee Salaries 60 %
$10.8 Employee Benefits 20 %
$6.5 Services & Operations 12 %
$1.9 Books & Supplies 4 %
$1.4 Uncategorized Expenses 3 %
$1.0 Other Expenditures 2 %
$54.0Total Expenses

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State at a Glance

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1,116 Districts
10,061 Schools
6,217,276 Students
277,003 Teachers
The Controller's Office is not responsible for the accuracy of this data, which was provided by educational partners.
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