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ERIC Number: ED001260
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 328
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ECONOMIC IMPACT OF STATE SUPPORT MODELS ON EDUCATIONAL FINANCE.
PETERSON, LEROY J.; AND OTHERS
AN INVESTIGATION WAS DESIGNED TO GIVE INSIGHT TO THE IMMEDIATE AND EVENTUAL CONSEQUENCES OF EXISTING PATTERNS OF EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT AND A METHOD FOR LAYING SUITABLE FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCURATE ANALYSIS OF IMPACT BY ANY STATE IN ACCORDANCE WITH EACH OF THE SEVERAL TYPES OF STATE SUPPORT AND IN TERMS OF COLLATERAL EFFECTS IN PUBLIC FINANCE. CONCLUSIONS SHOW THAT INEQUALITIES IN OPPORTUNITIES TO CHILDREN AND TAX INEQUITIES TO PARENTS CONTINUE TO EXIST IN MOST STATES. ALTHOUGH THE FINANCING OF LOCAL EDUCATION AND THE FINANCING OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVE THE SAME POPULATION, EACH IS CONSIDERED IN ISOLATION. WHILE THE STATE SUPPORT PROGRAM STUDIED HAS TENDED TO EQUALIZE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, IT WAS FOUND THAT THERE IS A FAILURE TO RECOGNIZE THE INADEQUACIES OF PRESENT MEASURES OF THE FISCAL CAPACITY OF COMMUNITIES AND A TENDENCY TO IGNORE THE COMPLEX NATURE OF THE EDUCATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY OF A COMMUNITY. NUMEROUS CHARTS AND TABLES ACCOMPANY THE TEXT, INCLUDING DATA FORMS.
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. School of Education.
Identifiers: MADISON; WISCONSIN