Data & Solutions- Let’s Think Big

Session 5 of 7 will provide attendees with an analysis of possible solutions and alternatives to the BEP, which is a resource-based funding model. What alternatives exist? What is working in other states and what can we learn from them? We’ll hear from experts on how we can cost out solutions, and discuss what it would take to fund our schools in an equitable and adequate manner. Learn More >

Funding Reform Advocacy: What Works?

Session 6 of 7 will provide attendees an opportunity to hear from advocates and leaders in other states about their ability to change their funding formula. We’ll discuss what worked, what failed, and how public will was changed in order to achieve change. We’ll also examine the impact of litigation and court-ordered funding reform on state funding formulas. Learn More >

Leading From Your Seat: Advocacy Skill Building

Our final session will provide attendees with tangible skills to advocate and communicate on school finance and the funding reform necessary to create durable change in Tennessee. We’ll offer strategies in communications and messaging, storytelling, utilizing social media and data to make a compelling case for change. We’ll also offer strategies for meeting with policymakers and leaders who have the power to change our funding formula in our state. Learn More >

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