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Owen, John D. – 1969
Empirical evidence is presented consistent with the hypothesis that instructional expenditures are distributed unequally, and that less is spent on non-white and poor students than on others in large American cities. The most experienced teachers are generally to be found in schools attended by the less poor white children. More important, the…
Descriptors: Bias, Educational Facilities, Educational Finance, Educational Policy