Measure EE has no cap on administrative expenses and, despite district and union claims to the contrary, has no requirement that new tax revenue be spent in the classroom.
Over the last 15 years, the district has lost more than 245,000 students but staffing (administrative staff and teachers) has increased.
The cost of the district’s employee benefits has increased 44 percent since 2014. Its spending on outside consulting services rose 110% since 2014.
Less than 1/2 of LAUSD’s class of 2019 is on track to graduate eligible for California’s public universities.
Did you know that you can now graduate from the LAUSD with a “D” average?
Measure EE will add hundreds of dollars to homeowners’ property tax bills and $1,000s to the annual expenses of supermarkets, retail stores, office buildings, warehouses and other commercial facilities