She gives California voters an F for knowing about education spending in this state. If you're interested in facts and not hyperbole, read the entire article. It's not long. Here's my favorite fact:
As a wonderfully sneaky test of awareness, PPIC asked Californians in a recent survey how much of the state budget is spent on public schools. They were clueless. Only one in three knew that public education is by far the biggest item, sucking up half the budget--very roughly, $50 billion of $100 billion.
Ignorant voters insist more money pour into the schools, not knowing California spends more on schools than the entire operating budgets of each of the 49 other states, including New York. (emphasis mine--Darren)