ERIC Number: ED073562
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
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Constitutional Reform of School Finance.
Alexander, Kern, Ed.; Jordan, K. Forbis, Ed.
This book contains conference papers by experts in educational administration, law, and economics. Six of the papers are devoted to a legal analysis of fiscal inequality among school attendance units, school districts, and States. These contributions are: (1) K. Forbis Jordan and Kern Alexander, "Constitutional Methods of Financing Public Schools"; (2) Richard A. Rossmiller, "Full State Funding: An Analysis and Critique"; (3) Kern Alexander, "Constitutionality of Federal School Aid Formulas"; (4) D. Brock Hornby and George W. Holmes, "Equalization of Resources Within School Districts"; (5) Jo Desha Lucas, "An Overextension of Equal Protection"; and (6) Roe L. Johns, "Some Critical Issues in School Financing." Three concluding papers provide a pro and con discussion of public aid to parochial schools wherein both legal and economic aspects of alternative financing schemes are brought into play. These contributions include: (1) William E. McManus, "Future Financing of Nonpublic Schools"; (2) Edd Doerr, "Implications of Supreme Court Decisions for Public Aid to Parochial Schools"; and (3) Frederick O. Goddard and Irving J. Goffman, "Educational Vouchers: Pro and Con." (Author/JF)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: National Educational Finance Project, Gainsville, FL.
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Elementary and Secondary Education Act Title V