Districts Brace for Crash in State K-12 Revenue Due to Coronavirus

Education Week | Daarel Burnette, II

School districts across the US are finding creative ways to keep students engaged during the coronavirus pandemic. However, this requires a significant financial investment for which many simply are not prepared. This article from Education Week reveals that a stifled economy and the growing costs of emergency services will have a lasting impact on school finance.

“There’s uncertainty on the revenue side as far as how much state aid districts are going to get … and, on the expense side, we’ve got to figure out how to respond to this new world. Districts need to begin planning for a new reality.”

Read the Education Week article.