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Analysis of Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan: State Education Funding

Aug 22, 2017 - less than 1 minute

The purpose of this document is to detail the current Connecticut state budget situation and the changes in school funding in Governor Dannel Malloy’s Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan​, which was issued on August 18, 2017. As a result of the Connecticut General Assembly not passing a budget before the start of fiscal year 2018, the governor has been operating the state by executive order since July 1.

Just like the governor’s original Resource Allocation Plan​ issued on June 30, the Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan​ covers all of FY 2018 and funds state government operations while the General Assembly continues budget discussions and negotiations. The Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan will remain in effect until a budget is passed by the General Assembly and signed by the governor, or until an updated Resource Allocation Plan is issued by the governor.

This document provides estimates of the impact of the Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan for FY 2018 on individual municipalities due to changes in major state education grant programs contained in the Plan.

Citation

Connecticut School Finance Project. (2017). Analysis of Revised Executive Order Resource Allocation Plan: State Education Funding. New Haven, CT: Author. Retrieved from http://ctschoolfinance.org/reports/analysis-of-revised-executive-order-resource-allocation-plan-state-education-funding.

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