Includes funding for traditional arts and contemporary arts, like film, graphic design, and video, preparing students for good-paying careers.
Improves equity with additional funding for schools that serve low-income families.
Requires audits and limits administrative spending to 1%.
[Students] deserve to have an enriched education that might otherwise be available only to students whose parents can pay for private instruction in the arts.
Just as math teaches [students] two plus two and how to get along in life, the arts teach them how to have empathy, how to be better people, how to have confidence and interact.”
[Prop 28] gives voters the opportunity to bring music to the classroom. Let’s lift up our civic voices and sing out a hit for California’s students.
Join the more than 1 million Californians – including business leaders, teachers, artists, musicians, and arts organizations – who have signed on to support Prop 28.