Proposition 30’s effect on High Tech High Media Arts
The passage of Proposition 30 in November 2012 by California voters allowed funding for California schools to remain at 2011-12 levels, a significantly better outcome than the deep cuts that would have been implemented if Proposition 30 had failed to pass.
Funds received by High Tech High Media Arts as a result of Proposition 30 are paid from the Education Protection Account.
As of June 30, 2016, the 2015-16, funding was $507,710.00 and the amount projected for 2016-17 funding is $522,028.00.
100% of the funds received were used by the school to maintain its teacher’s salaries and benefits.