Coronavirus Resources for Schools

Financial Recovery Research Brief Hanover Research

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© 2020 Hanover Research 7 34 Roza, What Will the Financial Turmoil Mean for Public Education?, Op. cit. 35 Ibid. 36 Yaffe, Op. cit., p. 52. 37 Cavanagh, S. "Budget Pressures Churn Workforce." Education Week, 31:2, August 31, 2011. 38 Roza, "How the Coronavirus Shutdown Will Affect School District Revenues," Op. cit. 39 Shores, K. and M.P. Steinberg. "Schooling during the Great Recession: Patterns of School Spending and Student Achievement Using Population Data." AERA Open, 5:3, 2019. p. 16. https://eric.ed.gov/?q=recession&ft=on&id=EJ1229671 40 "Dear Colleague Letter: Resource Comparability." U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, October 1, 2014. p. 2. https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/letters/colleague-resourcecomp-201410.pdf 41 Roza, What Will the Financial Turmoil Mean for Public Education?, Op. cit. 42 Quinn, C.L. "Anatomy of a Budget Cut." American School Board Journal, 190:11, November 2003. pp. 47, 55. 43 Sawchuk, S. "Cost Issues Unresolved in Chicago." Education Week, 32:5, September 26, 2012. 44 Roza, What Will the Financial Turmoil Mean for Public Education? Op. cit.

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