Voter-Approved Children’s Funds

Voter-approved children’s funds, a portion of state or local tax revenue dedicated to children’s services via a ballot measure, pose a unique opportunity for states and communities to harness public will to increase funding for children and youth and fill existing funding gaps.

The Children’s Funding Project provides an interactive map, case studies and other resources on voter-approved local public revenue that is dedicated to children’s services outside of the K-12 school day in an election by the voters.

Categories: EC Financing, Policy
Author: The Children's Funding Project
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