School Finance Conference
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January 19-20, 2017
Renaissance Indian Wells Hotel
Indian Wells, CA
At the 15th Annual School Finance Conference for Businesses, you will learn how the November 2016 election has affected K-14 public education programs. You will hear about the projected 2017 state, national, and world economic climate and the effects on bond sale costs and interest rates.
What are the future directions of education policy and funding? How will 2016 legislation and regulation affect bidding, contracting, environmental review, as well as local development approval? This Conference will give you the best information to compare the Governor’s State Budget proposal to the realities of California’s economy, environment, and regulatory requirements.
The 2017 School Finance Conference is a can’t-miss event for any businesses working with school districts.
In addition to state funding for 2016-17 and 2017-18, 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 Governor Brown.
The 2017 Conference will feature presentations on:
- What's next for school facilities funding.
- Governor Brown’s policies and priorities from 2016 and for 2017-18
- How new federal proposals could affect California schools
- Updates on school law and architecture
- The municipal bond market and economic projections
The School Finance Conference will be taking place at the Renaissance Indian Wells Hotel.
44400 Indian Wells Lane
Indian Wells, CA 92210
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Notice of cancellation must be recieved in writing and emailed to Rachelle at email@example.com or faxed to (916) 441-3893.
- Before December 16, 2016........................Full Refund
- Dec. 16, 2016 - Jan. 12, 2017....................$200 Refund
- After January 12, 2017..............................No Refund
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.