ERIC Number: ED070192
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
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Financing Public Schools: Selected Papers from a New England School Development Council Conference (Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 7-8, 1972.) Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Conference Series No. 7.
Keppel, Francis; And Others
This publication contains papers by experts on various current problems in the field of education finance. The authors and their topics are: (1) Francis Keppel, "The Cost-Revenue Squeeze"; (2) Steven J. Weiss and Deborah Driscoll, "Comparative School Finance Data, New England States vs. California"; (3) Arthur E. Wise, "Inequities in the Benefits and Burdens of Public Education"; (4) Paul R. Dimond, "The Judicial Impact"; (5) Donald R. Dwight, "Methods for Achieving a More Equitable Educational Finance System"; (6) Robert T. Capeless, "Tax Equity and Educational Equality"; (7) Charles S. Benson, "Methods Already Tried in State-Local Support Systems"; (8) William G. Colman, "Alternative Federal Roles in School Finance"; (9) James B. Conant, "Full State Funding"; (10) A. Edward Simon, "Governor Milton J. Sahpp's Proposal for a National Education Trust Fund"; and (11) Francis Keppel, "The Continuing Responsibility of Educators." (Author/JF)
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Cost Effectiveness, Costs, Court Litigation, Educational Finance, Equal Education, Equalization Aid, Federal Aid, Full State Funding, Property Taxes, State Action, State Aid, State School District Relationship
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Authoring Institution: New England School Development Council, Cambridge, MA.; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, MA.; Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Graduate School of Education.