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Indiana School Financial Managers Say 2021 Legislative Session Will Make Or Break Their Budgets

Jeanie Lindsay – IPB News |

Lawmakers will write the state’s next two-year budget, with an expected loss of revenue because of the COVID-19 pandemic. School financial managers say they don’t expect increases for education funding in the state’s next budget, because of the pandemic’s impact.

Jeanie Lindsay, IPB News | Published on December 2, 2020

The shortage of funding is forcing some schools to dip into their reserves to support essential things like additional pay for teachers navigating an increased workload and hours, purchasing sanitizing sprays and PPE, and buying technology to support students learning remotely.

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