Survey Reveals 73 Percent of Superintendents Say Schools Inadequately Funded

March 07, 2018 • Zach DiSchiano

A recent report from The School Superintendents Association (AASA) found nearly three-quarters of superintendents say their school districts are inadequately funded, and more than 60 percent say they don’t have a way to make up any deficit left by potential federal or state aid cuts in the upcoming school year. Roughly 40 percent of survey respondents anticipate a cut in funding, while 22 percent anticipate an increase.

To read the full report, visit the AASA website.

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