Why Is a Better Definition of ‘Educational Disadvantage’ Needed?
The 86th Legislature: What Is Different This Time?
Recently, the Expenditures Working Group of the Texas School Finance Commission requested recommendations on school finance formula changes. Proposals by Lynn Moak and Daniel Casey are included in this article. For further information, contact Lynn Moak or Daniel Casey.
This article contains the presentation given by Lynn Moak to the Austin Rotary Club on April 10, 2018.
School Finance and Legislative Update
Attached is the workshop binder and presentation for onsite registrants who wish to read the contents not included with your onsite packet.
Scorecard on Texas School Finance and the 85th Legislature
2017 TASA/TASB presentation titled, The Impact of the 85th Legislature on State Accountability.
This presentation given at the 2017 TASBOFest Conference details the most recent legislative events of the 85th Regular Session. It explores budget and revenue issues, as well as various school finance related items.
The MCA November 2017 Assessment Conference presentation detailing updates on state and federal accountability.
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