Cultivating Financial Sustainability in K–12 Private Schools
Financial sustainability in a K–12 private or independent school means ensuring your school can sustain its mission for many years to come. To do that, it must reach or exceed its enrollment and fundraising goals and keep expenses in check. Many forces impact a school’s ability to do those things, including enrollment trends, inflation, geopolitical events, rising operating costs, and the challenges of recruiting, training, and retaining qualified faculty and staff.
In this exclusive eBook, two Blackbaud K–12 experts—Katie Turner, a former school Controller, and Lisa Williams, a former school IT Director—share the key components of financial sustainability in schools:
Understanding net tuition revenue
Change management in the business office
Budgeting and forecasting
Eliminating silos and redundancies
The people part of the equation
Download this free eBook to learn how to cultivate financial sustainability in an ever-evolving world.