Student Based Allocation District Collaborative Meeting

Student-based allocation (SBA aka WSF) is a growing financial strategy for mid and large sized school districts that enables a more equitable, flexible, and transparent distribution of resources to schools. To date, districts in Boston, Denver, NYC, Houston, Nashville, Minneapolis, Hartford, New Orleans, and dozens of other cities have shifted to the use of a student-based allocation formula and participate in an ongoing SBA network of district leaders. On October 10th, Edunomics Lab hosted a network meeting of districts already using SBA or others who are interested in learning more about this allocation strategy.

Meeting Agenda

Presentation Materials

SBA Collaborative PreSession SBA 101

SBA Collaborative Meeting Morning Sessions

SBA Collaborative Meeting Closing Session