In this webinar, follow the money as we share the results of the first annual Allovue Education Spending Survey of teachers, school leaders, and district leaders.
The survey assessed perceptions of key issues related to K-12 education’s overall financial outlook, ESSER funds, teacher salaries, and principals’ level of control over school budgets.
Results indicate that teachers and administrators share misconceptions about education finance as well revealing some gaps in perception across roles that may have the potential to impact their ability to assess the need for change and to propose workable solutions.
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The EdWeek Research Center is the independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan research arm of Editorial Projects of Education (EPE), publisher of Education Week and EdWeek Market Brief. With a staff of full-time researchers, we conduct original surveys and in-depth data analyses for EPE and its publications and also for external clients including for-profit and nonprofit organizations and educational institutions.
Allovue was founded in 2013 by a former middle school teacher to build innovative education finance technology (EdFinTech) solutions to empower education administrators to make spending more equitable and effective. Today, Allovue partners with schools, districts, and states who are educating millions of students across the country to provide tools and strategic support for financial planning and operations so that every dollar can work for every student.