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Budgeting with Unknowns:
Planning for 2021/2022

November 18, 2020 6:00 AM PT/9:00 AM ET
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"Expert advice on planning for an uncertain school year"

New York’s superintendents are dealing with the unknowns brought on by the COVID-19 school year, while politicians use the state education budget as a political football. Even though you might not be sure what funding you’re going to be working with, planning for 2021/2022 still falls on your shoulders.

This virtual event will allow you to tap into the expertise of Bob Lowry, NYSCOSS’s resident budgeting expert, so that you aren’t paralyzed by uncertainty when you sit down to budget. He’ll be joined by experienced New York education leaders who will share their district budgeting approach without knowing what the future holds.

You’ll learn:

  • How to approach budgeting with a business mindset
  • What are “good cuts” versus “bad cuts”
  • Tips on planning your budget for an uncertain school year

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Dr. Chris Brown

Marcus Whitman CSD

Anita Murphy

District Superintendent
Capital Region BOCES

Dr. Jason Andrews

Superintendent of Schools
Windsor CSD

Robert Lowry

Deputy Director
New York State Council of School Superintendents

Dr. Charles Dedrick

Executive Director
New York State Council of School Superintendents



Kyle Wierks

Account Executive

While visiting a refugee camp in Thailand as a teenager, Kyle discovered his lifelong passion for making a meaningful difference in the world around him. After building a career in politics as a strategist, front-line communicator, advocate, and grassroots leader, Kyle has transitioned into ThoughtExchange, where he wholeheartedly believes that a single idea can make a world of a difference. When he is not out exploring the world with his young family (there’s a lot to see out there!), Kyle is probably reading, writing, volunteering, or enjoying the outdoors on his own.

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