Sunsetting - Definition & Meaning

Sunsetting in education refers to the expiration of a particular program, policy, or funding source after a predetermined period. This term is often used in the context of time-limited initiatives, grants, or educational reforms. When a program or policy sunsets, it means that its benefits, requirements, or funding will cease to exist unless renewed or extended by relevant authorities. Educators and administrators need to plan for the potential sunsetting of programs to ensure a smooth transition, evaluate their impact, and make informed decisions about whether to continue, modify, or discontinue the initiative.

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