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School District Finance Workshop

School District Finance Workshop April 18, 19, 25, 26

For most districts, financial pressures are intensifying as federal relief funds wind down, enrollments shift, and labor costs continue to rise, all against the backdrop of an economic downturn. Decisions made at this spring’s budget meetings will play a critical role in ensuring that the district’s limited funds are able to deliver the most for its students. 

This 8-hour workshop is designed to equip district leaders, school board members and advocates with the practical skills needed in strategic fiscal management, finance policy analysis, and financial leadership and communication. 

Format: Participants will join 4 virtual sessions: April 18, 19, 25 and 26 from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET each day. 

Price: $850 per person. Participants will receive a packet of materials ahead of the training. Materials will provide access to customized data and learning.

Group rates are available. Contact Jordan.Tollefson@georgetown.edu for more info.

Questions? Email Jordan.Tollefson@georgetown.edu.

Financial and resource allocation issues influence all aspects of U.S. public education policy yet are often not fully understood. Our workshops and trainings are designed to provide the hands-on finance skills that education practitioners, policymakers and others need to make strategic financial decisions and tradeoffs on behalf of students.

Feature upcoming:

ESSER Deep Dive: Wild Ride Ahead Workshop

This workshop consists of four 2-hour virtual sessions. These sessions will equip participants with skills they need in strategic fiscal management, finance policy analysis, and financial leadership to leverage dollars to do the most for students. The workshop will focus on the unprecedented federal relief funds. Participants will consider how to use these funds in a way that is financially sustainable and transparent, enhance equity in the short and long term, and engage communities in financial choices.

Session Dates:

September 28, September 29, October 5, and October 6
12:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET each day

Journalists can opt to participate in follow-on virtual sessions to earn the CEF.

Training opportunities for journalists

Our workshops and trainings can help journalists better understand and report on education finance issues in their communities. Please contact Jordan.Tollefson@georgetown.edu about upcoming options.

Earn Your Certificate in Ed Finance

Upcoming Cohort: Washington, DC September 24-25

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