2014 save the date

NEFC Mission

The Mission of the National Education Finance Conference (NEFC) is to provide a forum truly focused on school finance to enhance education for both young and adult learners.  The Conference provides a venue for collaboration among legislators, postsecondary education, school district and state agency personnel, professional organizations, and researchers concerned with the importance of equity, adequacy, and efficiency concepts that affect state, local, and federal revenue generation, distribution, and expenditures.

News & Announcements:

2014 Program is now available for preview


We are excited to announce the General Sessions!

First General session, Wednesday April 23 1:15, “The Third Wave at 25.”Panelists include Scott Bauries, University of Kentucky, Christine Kiracofe, Northern Illinois University, Anthony Rolle, University of South Florida, and William Thro, University of Kentucky.

Second General Session, Friday, April 25 9:45, “The Case that Changed a State: Rose v Council for Better Education, Inc at Twenty-Five Years.”  The featured speaker will be Judge Ray Corns, Franklin Circuit Court and commentary by Frank Hatfield, Council for Better Education, Inc, Jack Moreland, Council for Better Education, Inc, Theodore H. Lavit, Lavit & Associates, Deborah Dawahare, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, and Richard Salmon, Virgina Tech.


Register for the Conference

Be sure to register for your hotel early to take advantage of the excellent discounted rate. You must make your reservation from the link provided below to get the discount.

Make your Hotel Reservations Here


Announcing the 2014 NEFC Workshops


 Workshop 1:  Publishing in Education Finance, Law, and Policy Journals

Workshop 2:  Simultaneous and Sequential Relationships in Education Finance: Using Game Theoretic Models as a means for understanding Directionality

Workshop 3:  School Finance Litigation: Texas, Connecticut, and South Carolina


Mark your calenders!

The 2015 NEFC has been scheduled for February


Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch!


Comments are closed.