NY State Rethinking Sustainability Leadership Conference

November 11, 2019–November 12, 2019


Join us for our first NY Leadership Conference on Rethinking Sustainability with Dr. Alan Pue!

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Dr. Pue will help attendees examine their assumptions about school finance, understand sound financial principles, recognize reliable revenue streams, and explore principles and practices necessary for a thriving, sustainable school.

General Schedule

Mon., Nov. 11 (1-8 p.m.)
The Cost Disease, Foundational Principles/People, and Building a Better Budget.

Tues., Nov. 12 (9 a.m.-2:30p.m.)
Linking Strategic Planning and Strategic Budgeting and You Cant do it Alone


The conference will take place at Traditions Hotel & Spa. Use the booking link to make your reservations using your credit card (to hold the room), referencing that you are with the ACSI group. After the conference, we will send a rooming list to NY State for payment.

This conference is made possible using NY State Title funds. 

Cost: $35/ person (includes lodging & meals at the conference)

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