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Click here for a PDF of the Job Posting  Director of Communications and Advocacy  The Association of Metropolitan School Districts is seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual responsible for providing leadership and direction for the association’s external and internal communications. The position is responsible for developing and implementing advocacy activities to support public policies that serve

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AMSD Budget Survey April 2018

AMSD Survey Shows Metro School Districts Face Cumulative Budget Gap of More Than $100 Million For 2018-19 School Year A recent survey by the Association of Metropolitan School Districts shows that 21 metropolitan area school districts face a cumulative budget gap of over $100 million for the 2018-19 school year. The shortfalls could lead to

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A dozen east-metro districts putting school levies before voters this fall

Pioneer Press article by Christopher Magan A dozen east metro school districts are asking voters this fall to renew existing levies or provide new funding for school operations, facilities improvements and classroom technology. Odd-year elections are popular for school levies, and this year there are 18 tax requests before voters in the suburbs surrounding St.

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It’s Time to Deliver for Our Public Schools

The following guest post was written by John Vento, school board member from Robbinsdale Area Schools and chair of AMSD. When the 2017 legislative session convened last January, there were high hopes that state policymakers would build on the investments and funding reforms that were adopted in the 2015 legislative session. With a projected $1.65 billion

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Minneapolis, St. Paul school districts aren’t alone in budget-balancing mode

Star Tribune article by Anthony Lonetree and Beena Raghavendran Tough questions and high emotions have been at the center of budget talks in the Minneapolis and St. Paul school districts, but other school systems also share an unpopular assignment: They’ve got shortfalls to erase. A survey released Friday by the Association of Metropolitan School Districts shows that 27