Measure EE Info


Recently the Los Angeles Unified Board of Education voted to place Measure EE, a local school funding parcel tax, on the June 4, 2019 special election ballot.

If approved by two-thirds of voters in a special election on June 4, 2019, Measure EE would provide local school funding to support Los Angeles public schools through a 16-cent per square foot parcel tax for 12 years. Seniors citizens and certain low-income property owners with disabilities would be eligible for an exemption from the cost of the measure.

Measure EE funds would be used to retain and attract quality teachers, reduce class sizes, and support instructional programs including arts, music, science, technology, English and math.

By law, all Measure EE funds must be used to support Los Angeles public schools and could not be taken by the state and federal governments.

As a reminder, the deadline to register to vote in the June 4 election is Monday, May 20. To register to vote, please visit the Secretary of State’s website at:

More information about Measure EE and about voting in the June 4 election is available at

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