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Assembly Bill 368

Relating To: Relating to: the school district revenue limit adjustment for declining enrollment and the prior year base revenue hold harmless adjustment. (FE)
Bill Text and History
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Lobbying Principals

Principal Name Notified Date Communication Date Comments Supporting Documentation  
Association of Wisconsin School Administrators Notified Date 9/23/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/23/2019

Wisconsin Association of School Boards Inc Notified Date 9/26/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/26/2019

Comments
This bill will help declining enrollment districts in the long run, but we are concerned that it will actually reduce resources in the short run, and thus may harm the finances of districts that are already struggling to maintain programs and staff.
Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials Notified Date 9/23/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/23/2019

Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators Notified Date 9/23/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/23/2019

Wisconsin Association of School Personnel Administrators Notified Date 9/23/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/23/2019

Wisconsin Council for Administrators of Special Services Notified Date 9/23/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/23/2019

Wisconsin Realtors Association Notified Date 9/13/2019 Communication Date N/A Comments   Supporting Documentation  
Other
Report Date
9/13/2019

Lobbying Efforts

No principal has reported any activity on this bill during the current legislative session.