The Stimulus Package: What's in Store for K-12 Education

Presented By: Christopher T. Cross
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Audio Conference
  • 60 minutes
  • Tue, March 24, 2009
Event Description

The largest influx of federal dollars in history is hitting education – this changes everything

Drastic changes are here -- and they're coming at you fast. The current stimulus package means huge adjustments for the education sector, and if you're not ready to react, you could get left behind. Join our education expert Christopher T. Cross for this enlightening look at what's in store for the K-12 education system and the implications for the future of federal funding. Don't wait until it's too late - learn about the major elements of the legislation and how it will impact other federal initiatives. Learn now so you can make the most of the changes.

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Topics covered:

  • A close look at how the money will flow
  • The people who will benefit the most
  • How the stimulus package will shape the role of federal government in K-12 education
  • Why this happened now and how it relates to job creation
  • What to watch for in the near future – regulations, guidance, and much more

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Christopher T. Cross
Christopher T. Cross is chairman of Cross & Joftus, LLC, an education-policy consulting firm. He has been a senior fellow with the Center for Education Policy and a Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Education Commission of the States. In addition Mr. Cross serves as a consultant to the Broad Foundation and the C.S. ... More info