School Finance Conference
January 14-15, 2019
Kimpton Rowan Hotel
Palm Springs, CA
Now is the time for the 17th Annual School Finance Conference!
At the 2019 Conference, you will learn how the upcoming November 2018 election has effected K-14 public education programs. You will also hear about the projected state, national, and world economic climate, and how that could affect school construction cost escalation.
This Conference will give you the best information to compare the new Governor's State Budget proposal to the realities of California and the nation's economy.
As always, the School Finance Conference will be a can't-miss event for any businesses working with school districts!
Besides state funding for 2018-19 and 2019-20, schools will look to capital expenditure opportunities. The Conference will focus on the local school facility funding options as well as any new proposals from the new Governor.
In addition to the information you receive at the Conference, all attendees are automatically signed up to receive key updates on the State Budget, school bonds, Controller's Reports, and other hot topics - a tremendous value you will retain throughout the year!
The 2019 School Finance Conference will also address:
- What's next for school facilities funding
- The new Governor's policies and priorities for 2019-20
- Updates on school law and architecture
- The municipal bond market and economic projections
Kimpton Rowan, Palm Springs
100 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
Notice of cancellation must be received in writing and emailed to email@example.com.
- Before December 10, 2018.....Full Refund
- Dec.10, 2018 - Jan. 7, 2019.....$200 Refund
- After January 7, 2019............ No Refund
Questions about the 2019 School Finance Conference?
Please call 916-441-3300 or click to email Jessica at the MWH office.
Murdoch, Walrath & Holmes (MWH) has been instrumental in shaping statewide policy and implementing regulations for K-12 schools for almost three decades. Strategic relationships have been forged with the State Administration through agencies such as the Department of Education, the Office of Public School Construction, the State Allocation Board, and the Department of Finance; on the federal level, with key Congressional Members and the Executive Branch.