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The Five Biggest Myths About ELT Funding. Introductions and Opening Discussion. Introductions Activity: Initial thoughts about ELT funding. The Five Myths of ELT. Myth # 1: Private funders alone can support ELT.

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The five biggest myths about elt funding

The Five Biggest Myths About ELT Funding


Introductions and opening discussion
Introductions and Opening Discussion

  • Introductions

  • Activity: Initial thoughts about ELT funding


The five myths of elt
The Five Myths of ELT

Myth #1: Private funders alone can support ELT.

  • In fact, school districts had total expenditures of $610 billion; far exceeding private dollars in education and are critical to sustaining ELT in the long-term.


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The Five Myths of ELT

Myth #2: There isn’t any public funding for ELT.

  • There are over twenty federal public funding sources that can support ELT, as well as numerous state and local funding streams.


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The Five Myths of ELT

Myth #3: The only way to administer public funds fairly is to spread them out.

  • Evidence suggests consolidating funds in high-need schools reaches the kids who need support the most while increasing opportunities to leverage resources.


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The Five Myths of ELT

  • Myth #4: Braidingand blending funds is double-dipping.

  • Using multiple funding streams is how schools and communities are able to afford ELT.

  • Many funding streams are quite flexible and may be used in a comprehensive ELT model.


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The Five Myths of ELT

Myth #5: You can have it all in a longer school day.

  • Even with more time and resources, trade-offs are necessary. Schools and partners must set priorities that shape budget decisions.


Discussion
Discussion

  • Reflections from a funder

  • Question and answer


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