Financing California: Strategies for Fiscal Housekeeping

14th Annual Travers Conference in Ethics & Accountability

California is in a fiscal corner. The state faces a projected $25 billion shortfall over the next 18 months that neither economic growth nor tax increases are likely to cover. As the state begins the difficult process of formulating a new budget, the 14th Annual Travers Conference explored the budget situation in four sectors that make up the largest part of the California budget criminal justice (13%), higher education (14%), health care (20%), and K-12 education (40%). Experts in each of these fields explored strategies for putting California’s fiscal house in order. We encourage you to watch the recorded conference to learn more.

Link To: Conference Agenda