Parents Push for Property Taxes to be Returned to Public Schools

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Public school parents in the Bay Area are fighting to get their property taxes back in the school pot.

You hear it all the time – parents referring to property taxes funding schools.  And while they do, it may surprise you to know the actual amount is lower than you might expect.

Now a small army of colorful parents is fanning out to Bay Area schools this spring.

They’re trying to right what they see as a fundamental wrong in school funding.

But opponents say the fix they’re after comes at too high a price.


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