ESSA Financial Reporting: Implications for Resource Equity
Webinar led by ERS and EdCounsel
December 9, 2016
On December 8, 2016, Education Resource Strategies (ERS) and EdCounsel hosted a webinar with the Large Countywide and Suburban District Consortium on the financial reporting requirement in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the opportunities it creates for districts to advance equity.
Understand key facts about ESSA’s financial reporting requirements and relevant regulations
Identify challenges and opportunities that result from these requirements
Discuss actions districts can take to link financial transparency to equity
Additional ERS Resources on ESSA
- ESSA Financial Reporting Requirement: Three Action Steps to Equity:Financial transparency leads to equity, so we identified three steps states can take to ensure schools get comparable resources based on student need.
- Final ESSA Accountability Rules Boost State Flexibility in Key Areas: EdWeek’s Politics K-12 Blog provides a comprehensive rundown of the final regulations and how they are different from what the department previously put out.
- 7 Tenets for Sustainable School Turnaround:How States Can Improve Their Lowest-Performing Schools Under ESSA: ERS and CAPdeveloped a set of design tenets for state policymakers based on best practices from the school turnaround field.