How America’s Public Schools Continue to Feel the Impact of the Economic Downturn
Posted by on April 26, 2010
A Cliff Hanger: How America’s Public Schools Continue to Feel the Impact of the Economic Downturn: American Association of School Administrators
Students and school systems across the nation are facing serious challenges as a result of the economic downturn, according to a new survey of school administrators released by the American Association of School Administrators. Compounding an already tough budget environment, schools are facing the harsh reality that stimulus funds will soon run out and the Obama Administration’s proposal to shift additional education dollars away from long-time formula grant programs to competitive grant programs. This study is the seventh in a series of studies by AASA examining the impact of the economic downturn on schools.
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