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What’s the Future of School District Spending, Post-Stimulus?

Wednesday April 24, 2024 2:00 PM EDT

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School districts across the country have benefited enormously from the flow of federal emergency aid to schools over the past three years. Now districts enter a period of financial uncertainty. How will school systems adjust to the evaporation of federal aid, and how will they make decisions about what programs, personnel, and other priorities they want to cut back, or continue to invest in? In this webinar, we’ll talks with a panel of experts who work directly with school district leaders what they see ahead, and what other forces – from shifts in enrollment to changes in state and federal budgets – could alter the landscape. The choices districts make have major implications, not just for school systems, but for education companies serving them. Attendees will gain insights on the following:

+ Key areas of school district budgets where districts are likely to feel particular pressure, and where they more have more spending flexibility;

+ How school systems are likely to prioritize different academic and non-academic needs, as they adjust to new budget realities;

+ How other sources of funding – such as non-stimulus federal money – could be used by districts, when emergency aid expires.

+ What we know through EdWeek Market Brief survey research about how much stimulus aid school districts have left, and how they will respond to its loss.

And much more. We’ll also take questions from our audience.

Guests:

Noelle Ellerson Ng
Noelle Ellerson Ng

Associate Executive Director, Advocacy & Governance, AASA, The School Superintendents Association

Andrea Messina
Andrea Messina

Chief Executive Officer, Florida School Boards Association

Moderators:

Emma Kate Fitte
Emma Kate Fittes

Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

Sean Cavanagh
Sean Cavanagh

Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief

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School districts across the country have benefited enormously from the flow of federal emergency aid to schools over the past three years. Now districts enter a period of financial uncertainty. How will school systems adjust to the evaporation of federal aid, and how will they make decisions about what programs, personnel, and other priorities they want to cut back, or continue to invest in? In this webinar, we’ll talks with a panel of experts who work directly with school district leaders what they see ahead, and what other forces – from shifts in enrollment to changes in state and federal budgets – could alter the landscape. The choices districts make have major implications, not just for school systems, but for education companies serving them.

FREE for Market Brief Enterprise Members (Enter Your MB Coupon Code at Checkout). Get your promo code here.

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Duration

1 Hour

Speakers

Emma Kate Fittes, Andrea Messina, Noelle Ellerson Ng, Sean Cavanagh

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