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Advocates, education leaders speak out on Newsom’s initial plan for state budget

This week, Gov. Gavin Newsom presented the first pass on the 2024-25 state budget.

It includes his ideas for addressing an $11 billion drop in funding for TK-12 and community colleges and a larger projected general fund deficit affecting child care and higher education.

We asked a cross-section of education leaders and advocates for their initial impressions of the governor’s proposals.

Their contributions reflect diverse perspectives on education, from preschool through CSU and UC.

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