Numerous Education-Related Bond Measures Hit the Ballot
There are five local and two statewide education bond measures on this years election ballot. What do they cost and what do they want to do? KPBS Education Reporter Ana Tintocalis explains what the
: There’s an awful lot of money on the table next week, when Californians go out to vote. If all of the state infrastructure bonds pass, it’ll cost the state about $40 billion plus interest. But the big money isn’t only at the state level this year. In San Diego County, there are several school bonds that exceed half a billion dollars each.
- Ana Tintocalis , education reporter for KPBS News.