Responding to threats of deep cuts to education spending, the California Teachers Association has decided to ask voters to approve a one-cent sales tax to fund education.

The Public School Investment and Accountability Act would raise $5 billion to $6 billion a year that could not be diverted to other uses by California’s governor or the Legislature. The money could not be used for administrative expenses, only classroom expenditures such as teachers’ salaries.

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