School funding persuasive essay

On June 27, 2017 Governor Jerry Brown signed the California State Budget of Fiscal Year 2017-18, which included an additional $50 million in ongoing funding for the After School Education and Safety (ASES) program. Though the $50 million only goes halfway to meeting the field’s current fiscal needs of a $9 daily rate in response to the increased state minimum wage, this is an essential first step that will allow programs to stay open and ensure thousands of students continue to have a safe place to go after the school bell rings. This significant success could not have been possible without key legislators who prioritized our budget request, the Governor shifting his position on where additional funding for after school come from, and you!

School funding persuasive essay

school funding persuasive essay

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