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Splitting the Bill: How Do School Finance Systems Support Students With Disabilities?

Krista Kaput | Jennifer O’Neal Schiess

Splitting the Bill: A Q&A on School Funding for English Learners with New America’s Leslie Villegas

Indira Dammu

Celebrating Leaders in Education: A Women’s History Month Q&A

Christine Dickason

A Sustainable Nonprofit Starts With Effective Financial Management

Liz McNamee

Splitting the Bill: A Q&A on School Facilities Funding with Public Policy Institute of California’s Dr. Julien Lafortune

Bonnie O'Keefe

Hidden Costs of a Variable Base: Lessons and Cautionary Tales in State School Funding Policy

Linea Harding

Testing the Waters: A Q&A Featuring Dr. Shaunté Duggins at the University of Florida’s Lastinger Center for Learning

Michelle Croft

What Michigan’s New Concentrated Poverty Funding Can Teach Other States

Biko McMillan | Bonnie O’Keefe

Declining Enrollment is Leading to School Closures. How Can Districts Limit the Harm to Their Most Vulnerable Students?

Carrie Hahnel | Max Marchitello

Steps Policymakers Should Take to Make School Funding Data More Accessible

Alex Spurrier

Education and Housing Advocates Must Work Together to Dismantle the Segregation of Our Schools and Communities

Carrie Hahnel

New National Data Shows COVID’s Impact on School Enrollment and State Finance

Krista Kaput

Building Parent Power: A Q&A with Parents Amplifying Voices in Education’s Maya Martin Cadogan

KRISTA KAPUT | KELLY ROBSON FOSTER

Building Parent Power: A Q&A with Kids First Chicago’s Daniel Anello

KRISTA KAPUT | KELLY ROBSON FOSTER

Building Parent Power: A Q&A with FaithActs for Education’s Jamilah Prince-Stewart

Krista Kaput | Kelly Robson Foster

How Will Declining K-12 Enrollment Affect Teacher Pensions?

Chad Aldeman

Did COVID-19 Lead to a Surge in Teacher Retirements? The Data Are In, and the Answer Is No

Chad Aldeman

Exploring Trends in Teacher Pensions

Chad Aldeman

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