Molly Munger is a civil rights attorney and advocate for public education for over 20 years. Prop 38 actually does help community colleges by freeing up money in the overall budget by paying down school bond debt for the first four years. Read the actual initiative people, rather than blindly relying on endorsements from newspapers you usually go with. Prop 30 will keep per pupil spending flat in CA - (47th in the nation in per pupil spending) if Prop 30 passes and will drcrease signinificantly if it doesn't (the governor has "balanced" the budget already assuming Prop 30 would pass -- nice way to finance education. )
Prop 38, on the other hand, pays dwon school bond debt (helps the budget and community colleges and whatever else) AND funds K-12 schools in amounts OVER and ABOVE the pittance they now receive. I'm voting YES on Prop 38.