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Funding Reform Advocacy: What Works? - Shared screen with speaker view
Kiah Albritton (she/her)
19:23
Welcome everyone! Ed Trust website: https://edtrust.org/
Kiah Albritton (she/her)
19:43
Thank you for joining us for Dollars and Sense today! Ed Trust TN site - https://edtrust.org/tennessee/
Kiah Albritton (she/her)
20:03
Tennessee Alliance for Equity in Education - https://thealliancetn.org/
Kiah Albritton (she/her)
21:14
Register for a TN25 session or learn more here: https://thealliancetn.org/tn25/
Kiah Albritton (she/her)
23:12
Check our speaker’s bios here: https://edtrust.org/dollarsandsense/
Zahava Stadler, The Education Trust, Facilitator
48:39
I don’t see Riley yet
Gini Pupo-Walker
01:03:46
Please post questions in the chat!
Zahava Stadler, The Education Trust, Facilitator
01:04:29
We’ll leave time for questions at the end so please share those questions as they come up and we’ll do our best to address them then!
Gini Pupo-Walker
01:04:31
Here is the study that Professor Candelaria discussed today: https://edworkingpapers.com/ai19-52
Gini Pupo-Walker
01:15:46
So helpful to learn about all of these different contexts. Thanks to all of our panelists!
Zahava Stadler, The Education Trust, Facilitator
01:19:47
Just to define some terms: A mill is one-tenth of one percent, so 28 mills is a 2.8% property tax
Gini Pupo-Walker
01:32:46
How did you equip grassroots advocates to lead on this issue?
Riley Kitts, Colorado Children’s Campaign
01:48:29
Thank you all for the time today!
Subira Gordon, ConnCan
01:48:44
Thank you all!