May Revision Workshop
Federal Stimulus Package for COVID-19 Signed Into Law
What’s in Store for the LCFF COLA, Proposition 98 Minimum Guarantee in the Wake of COVID-19?
May 19 - 21, 2020
As expected, 2020–21 is shaping up to be a very interesting year for school administration and finance. This workshop provides the information needed to close the books for 2019-20 and to finalize local educational agency budgets for 2020-21, both of which are assured to be full of changes.
April 21, 23, 28, 2020
A finding of noncompliance can result in an LEA losing a significant amount of revenue. Knowledge and preparation could be the key to resolving issues early. This workshop incorporates need-to-know, up-to-date information on all of these changes and sound advice on internal controls and fraud prevention.
April 7 - 8, 15 - 16, 2020
Across the state, the number of students with disabilities continues to grow while overall student enrollment declines. State and federal special education revenues have long been inadequate, and the squeeze from increased need and reduced resources only adds to the necessity for higher General Fund contributions.
February 4, 6, 13, April 3, 14, 2020
During the Great Recession and recovery through 2017–18, statewide K–12 enrollment was essentially unchanged. Student enrollment trends have varied widely based on geographic location, with some local educational agencies (LEAs) growing in enrollment and others declining. The outlook for the future is uncertain, as the state Department of Finance forecasts declining enrollment statewide over the next ten years.