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Budget Stabilization Factor / Negative Factor

May 2019

A Decade of Colorado K-12 School Funding Cuts 2018-19 to 2009-10 (PDF) by county, district (inclusive of mid-year cuts, state budget stabilization, negative factor, and budget stabilization factor) - updated May 2018. Total lost revenue: $7,300,000,000 ($7.3B). During the 2017 Legislative Session the Legislature renamed the Negative Factor to the Budget Stabilization Factor.


April 2018

From Legislative Council Staff's School Finance Booklet April 2018 (for 2017-18): The 2017 Legislature renamed the Negative Factor to the Budget Stabilization Factor.

 

March 2018

In early March CSFP asked all 178 school district Superintendents and CFOs how they would spend a $100M buydown of the Budget Stabilization Factor (formerly the Negative Factor). CSFP posted responses on social media beginning Monday, March 5, 2018. All posts are available here, updated with the most recent posts.

 

April 2017

From Legislative Council's School Finance Booklet April 2017:

 

Nine Years of K-12 School Funding Cuts 2009-2018 (PDF) by county, district (inclusive of mid-year cuts, state budget stabilization, negative factor, and budget stabilization factor) - updated May 2017. During the 2017 Legislative Session the Legislature renamed the Negative Factor to the Budget Stabilization Factor.