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Thu., April 8, 2021

Financing Education, Now and Into the Future

1 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Online
Audiences: Educators, Policymakers, Students

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State and local governments play a critical role in funding and delivering K-12 education in the United States, but funding can vary from district to district, creating disparities that have been exacerbated by the pandemic.  Hear from economists, policy experts, and practitioners about how education finance has been impacted by the pandemic, the different types of decisions local leaders must make to deliver quality education to students, and how we can try to address issues of equity and disparities going forward.

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Who Should Attend


This series is open to anyone interested in the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on education, including educators, school administrators, state and local policymakers, workforce development professionals, and community and business leaders.

Speakers


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Laura Dawson Ullrich

Regional Economist
Anthony Jackson

Anthony Jackson

Superintendent, Vance County Schools
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Bruce Baker

Professor, Rutgers Graduate School of Education
Emma Dorn

Emma Dorn

Global Education Practice Manager, McKinsey and Co.

Agenda


  • Thursday, April 8, 2021
    01:00 pm

    Welcome
    Laura Ullrich, Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

    01:05 pm

    The Current State of School Funding
    Dr. Bruce Baker, Professor, Rutgers Graduate School of Education
    Laura Ullrich, Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

    01:20 pm

    In the Field
    Dr. Anthony Jackson, Superintendent, Vance County Schools, 2020 N.C. Superintendent of the Year
    Laura Ullrich, Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

    01:40 pm

    Post-Pandemic Reform
    Emma Dorn, Global Education Practice Manager, McKinsey and Co.
    Laura Ullrich, Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

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