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Financial Crisis Looming for K-12 Schools? Flexibility Needed, Not Bailouts   [open pdf - 223KB]

From the Key Takeaways: "[1] Special-interest lobbyists want lawmakers to spend triple the annual amount of federal spending on K-12 [kindergarten-twelfth grade] schools. [2] These groups have a history of making financial requests that do not match either available resources or school needs. [3] Policymakers should reject these demands and extend the spending flexibility afforded to schools through the CARES Act [Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act]."

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Issue Brief No. 5061
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2020-04-17
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