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Delaney, Jennifer A.; Hemenway, Bradley – Journal of Education Finance, 2020
This study examines the impact of "Promise" programs on postsecondary institutions' decision-making. Promise programs have garnered widespread attention in the U.S., especially after the announcement of the Kalamazoo Promise, but relatively little scholarly research. Promise programs provide grant aid to all students from a particular…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Program Evaluation, Grants, Student Financial Aid
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Larocca, Roger; Carr, Douglas – Journal of Education Finance, 2020
Since 1979 more than thirty states have adopted "performance funding" for public institutions of higher education. Under performance funding, a portion of the state appropriations for each institution is determined by the institution's achievement of performance goals on such metrics as retention and graduation. We argue that several…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Finance, State Aid, Incentives
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Carr-Chellman, Ali; Raney, Taylor; Campbell, Dan – Journal of Education Finance, 2020
This article focuses on the application of "Savage Inequalities"-based analyses of data from the state of Idaho with a focus on equitable rural school funding. While Kozol's famous 1991 book-length work examining school inequalities was focused on urban centers and completed several decades ago, this article offers an updated examination…
Descriptors: Educational Equity (Finance), Rural Areas, School Districts, Tribally Controlled Education
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Steinberg, Matthew P.; Quinn, Rand; Anglum, J. Cameron – Journal of Education Finance, 2020
We estimate the impact of school finance reform on adequate and equitable district spending, school resources and student achievement in Pennsylvania. From the 2008-09 to the 2010-11 school years, amid the Great Recession, Pennsylvania's "Act 61" increased aid to school districts spending below state-determined adequacy targets…
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Finance Reform, Economic Climate, State Policy
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Krsmanovic, Masha; Sabina, Lou L. – Journal of Education Finance, 2020
This study examined how public higher education institutions in the U.S. determine international student residency classification for tuition purposes and the cost of international student fees. Using a non-experimental research design, the data were collected from 229 public colleges and universities in the U.S. awarding bachelor's degree or…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, In State Students, Out of State Students, Classification
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Journal of Education Finance, 2020
For the first time in the history of the State of the States, all 50 states will be represented with entries this year. A number of state legislatures are working to provide public education the necessary fiscal support to provide students with a high quality 21st century education, or restore funding levels for public education to pre-Great…
Descriptors: Public Education, Educational Finance, State Aid, State Legislation
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Heise, Michael – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
It remains largely uncontested that students from low-income households--as well as the schools they attend--require additional resources to offset the challenges low-income students typically confront relating to access to equal educational opportunity. Federal elementary and secondary education programs, including Title I, supplement financial…
Descriptors: Expenditure per Student, Poverty, Low Income Students, Educational Finance
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Koh, Jonathan; Katsinas, Stephen G.; Bray, Nathaniel J. – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
This study examines patterns of state financing in public community colleges. The focus of the study is to not only show the disparities that exist across the 50 states in terms of fiscal capacity to provide funding for community colleges, but also in the effort that is exerted to fund community colleges. The study combines the Bureau of Economic…
Descriptors: State Aid, Educational Finance, Community Colleges, Fiscal Capacity
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Shores, Kenneth; Steinberg, Matthew P. – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
We examine the correlates of district spending and revenue losses following the onset of the Great Recession and the role of fiscal federalism in mitigating these losses. We estimate whether spending and revenue declines were driven primarily by local labor market conditions or the degree of state fiscal centralization. Utilizing population level…
Descriptors: Educational Equity (Finance), Federal State Relationship, School Districts, Expenditures
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Manley, Kelly; Han, Yongseung; Ryan, Michael; Serkan, Christopher – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
This paper uses student survey data from a regional university in the southeastern U.S. to gauge the impact of a variety of socio-demographic and personal preference variables to determine which factors are most significant on the demand side of the market, and specifically on the willingness to pay for online classes. While gender was not a…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Online Courses, Student Attitudes, Preferences
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Beaulieu, Rodney – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
California introduced the local control funding formula (LCFF) in 2013-14 to provide more equitable educational funding for school districts that were historically underserved. LCFF established base, supplemental and concentration grants to replace the earlier streams of funding in communities that serve students who are English learners, qualify…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, American Indian Students, Funding Formulas, Educational Equity (Finance)
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Needham, Chris; Houck, Eric A. – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
North Carolina special education funding utilizes a dollar allotment per identified student, applying a funding cap based on a percentage of district average daily membership. While representing an attempt to reduce over-identification of students with special needs the funding cap has led to large systematic disparities in district fiscal…
Descriptors: Educational Equity (Finance), Special Education, Educational Finance, Financial Support
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Alexander, Nicola A.; Jang, Sung Tae – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
We examined professional development spending among Minnesota school districts and explored: (1) the level and variation in spending among districts; (2) associations between expenditures on professional development and district characteristics, including ethnic divergence between faculty and students; and (3) associations between professional…
Descriptors: Expenditures, Faculty Development, Educational Finance, Racial Differences
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Narayana, M. R. – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
This paper establishes the empirical relationship between the fiscal policy, demographic transition and public spending or expenditure on education in India with special reference to higher education. Public higher education spending is shown to be related to fiscal policy, if such expenditure is budgeted by the General Government and financed by…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Financial Policy, Educational Finance, Population Trends
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Ryu, Jay E. – Journal of Education Finance, 2019
This paper applies outcome-based school aid to Ohio's FY 2014 school district data to find systematic patterns between school aid parameters and outcome equity as well as fiscal equity. Empirical findings suggest that outcome-based power-equalizing aid improves both fiscal and outcome equity more than Ohio's aid formula does, with…
Descriptors: Educational Equity (Finance), School Districts, Outcomes of Education, Financial Support
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