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Monday, 28th June 2010

Latest AASA Report Quantifies Cost and Benefits of Emergency Education Funding

Latest AASA Report Quantifies Cost and Benefits of Emergency Education Funding
Source: American Association of School Administrators

School districts across the nation are still faced with the possible reality of eliminating an unprecedented number of teaching jobs for the 2010-11 school year. Congressional action—or inaction—to save these jobs will have significant impact on the economy, according to a new analysis released today by the American Association of School Administrators.

AASA based its analysis, Impact of Preventing Projected Educator Layoffs for 2010-11 School Year (PDF), on the education jobs cuts data generated by an earlier study, Projection of National Education Job Cuts for the 2010-11 School Year (PDF), which documented state-by-state the prospect of personnel cuts for the coming 2010-11 school year.

This new analysis looks at state-by-state data on maximum and average unemployment benefits as well as state-by-state data on beginning and average teacher salary to benchmark not only the stimulative benefits of Congressional action and additional funding, but also the economic ramifications of failure to act and the resulting sudden uptick in unemployment across the nation.



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