Economic Climate2021-05-12T22:59:21+00:00


What is the financial outlook for public education?

After a year of pandemic-driven economic turmoil and budget uncertainties, new federal relief funds present an incredible moment in public education. Our team has been fielding lots of requests from states and districts about how to best spend these dollars. We’ve developed a set of five principles to help guide district decision making, and we will continue to track how spending decisions impact budgets and labor. We will also share what we’re learning in our ongoing series of 30-minute, interactive webinars.

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