Here's the State budget for 2017-18:
Click on (and thus open the pdf's for) both Summary Charts and K-12 Education.
For summary charts, scroll down to Figure SUM-03, which shows a $183 billion state budget. Note that the general fund portion of K-12 education is a little under $54 billion. It also shows another $770 million in special and bond fund expenditures for a grand total of $54.3 billion.
Now open the K-12 pdf. The 2nd paragraph on the 1st page says:
The May Revision includes total funding of $92.3 billion ($54.2 billion General Fund and $38.1 billion other funds) for all K‑12 education programs.How, exactly, do you make the numbers on those two documents match? Where is that $38 billion coming from? Could it possibly come from the feds? Wherever it comes from, it amounts to about a thousand dollars per person for everyone in California. That's a lot of money.