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Even as the “Great Recession” fades from memory and national economic signs remain mostly positive, states and school districts aren’t pouring a lot of new money into K-12 education over the coming year. Many states have approved budgets for 2017-2018 that offer schools only modest spending increases, at best, meaning that districts in many states are preparing for a lean period. This webinar will look at the current fiscal climate affecting states and school districts, and explain what education companies should expect from district spending. What kinds of programs are districts likely to prioritize, and which ones are they likely to be flat-funded or cut? And how will other factors, such as the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act, and lingering uncertainty about the federal budget, shape district policymaking and spending?
Donald J. Boyd
Director of fiscal studies, Rockefeller Institute of Government
Noelle Ellerson Ng
Associate executive director of AASA, the School Superintendents Association
Chief financial officer, Beaverton School District, Ore.
Senior editor, Education Week Market Brief