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ERIC Number: ED088866
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 37
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Indiana State University School of Education Cost Study 1972-73.
Hill, John C.
To provide baseline cost data for facilitation of future decisions on resource allocation and to develop a model for compiling and reporting direct expenditures, the Indiana State University conducted a study of expenditures supporting the activities of the School of Education during the fiscal year 1972-73. A computer program was prepared to process data utilizing the School of Education's cost study model. This program can be modified to handle additional variables that may be required in processing data from other professional schools and instruction units of the university. The model is limited to the analysis of direct costs of instructional personnel and operational budgets; it excludes expenditures for physical plant, general administration, and general services. The functional distribution of direct costs of staff were a) instruction, 77.95%; b) administration, 9.08%; c) development, 6.63%; d) service, 4.49%; and e) research, 1.85%. All but the secondary education department devoted approximately 85% of their budgets to instructional salaries. Direct expenditures of the School of Education, including instructional personnel and operating budgets were 69.95% for instruction, 12.62% for service, 10.48% for administration, 5.14% for development, and 1.81% for research. (Seven tables and three appendixes are included in the report.) (HMD)
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