ASCD California

How to cope with the ‘Silent Recession'

06/04/2018 6:18 AM | Cheryl Casagrande (Administrator)

“Silent Recession: Why California School Districts Are Underwater Despite Increases in Funding” is a new report by the Comprehensive School Assistance Program at the nonprofit research organization WestEd. It examines the fiscal pressures, such as rising pension and special education costs, that are swamping many California school districts, despite funding increases under the Local Control Funding Formula. Authors Kelsey Krausen and Jason Willis suggest strategies to prioritize spending, and present a framework of tradeoffs and choices for school leaders to consider. Go here for the report.


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