Which schools will be funded by the umbrella academy?
With a year left in the 2020-21 academic year, the umbrella academies will be up for a vote of confidence in June.
They will have the opportunity to choose between being funded under a new umbrella system or under the current umbrella system.
The decision is up to the umbrella boards, but they will vote on whether to keep funding at a level that will be considered sustainable by the state and the school system.
If they vote to continue funding, they will have to find another way to get funding for schools.
This is a key decision as the states budget has been frozen since December.
If the umbrella board votes to continue the umbrella system, schools would have to come up with an annual operating budget that would include funding for new construction, technology and services, and funding for renovations.
This could mean spending money on new classrooms, equipment and supplies for teachers, new books and supplies, or even more funding for teacher salaries.
But if the umbrella trustees vote to cut funding to schools, they may have to decide how to spend the funds.
The umbrella boards could choose to raise funds by cutting funding for school buildings or operating costs, or they could choose not to cut any funding at all.
Some schools are already having to make hard choices about how to manage their finances.
For example, at least one charter school is facing a $100 million loss, according to the Associated Press.
The umbrella board’s vote on June 2 is critical for the states future financial health.
The umbrella acadades have raised a lot of money for schools and are well funded.
They have already been the source of some of the most generous funding for charter schools.