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Calabrese, Raymond L.; Marcus, Sheldon – Theory into Practice, 1994
Scarcity of school finances is a problem. Currently, the distribution of resources is politically driven, exacerbating conflicts between rich and poor school districts. The paper describes a new model promoting community, inclusion, and solidarity and based on the premise that democratic societies must articulate values of justice, fairness, and…
Descriptors: Cooperative Planning, Decision Making, Democratic Values, Educational Economics
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Adams, Don – Theory Into Practice, 1973
Author argues that economic/planning models in education are inadequate in either describing educational change or in strongly influencing educational policy. These models have implicitly asserted, but their applications have not fully demonstrated, tight relationship between education and economic growth. (Author/CB)
Descriptors: Decision Making, Educational Benefits, Educational Change, Educational Economics
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Campbell, Roald F.; Hack, Walter G. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
An introductory statement for an issue devoted entirely to the problem of equity in financing schools. (AN)
Descriptors: Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Equal Education
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Campbell, Alan K.; Shalala, Donna E. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
Greater equity in the form of greater equality in expenditures may well result from the new directions being discussed for school finance, but the need for the use of greater resources to educate the disadvantaged will not be met. (Authors/AN)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Educational Quality
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Erickson, Donald A. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
The author addresses himself to the problem of public assistance to parochial schools. (AN)
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Educational Quality
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Berke, Joel S.; Goettel, Robert J. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
In this article we have outlined our conception of substantive reform in educational finance, discussed the potential contribution of the court cases, and described the kings of fiscal and political constraints that face reformers. (Authors)
Descriptors: Court Role, Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Educational Quality
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Wise, Arthur E. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
The author proposes the adoption of a program of full state funding of education in order to furthur equality of education among the various school districts within a state. (AN)
Descriptors: Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Equal Education, State Aid
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Guthrie, James W. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
The author predicts that within the next four years we will see another major federal school aid bill which will try to provide for financial equalization both between states and within states, as well as to provide some property-tax relief. (AN)
Descriptors: Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Equal Education, Government Role
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Patton, William E.; Anderson, Robert A. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
A report on the use of educational vouchers as a means for guaranteeing community control, specifically in the Seattle, Washington school system. (SP)
Descriptors: Accountability, Community Characteristics, Community Involvement, Decision Making
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Milliken, William G. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
Describes a program of reform in the education tax support system proposed by the author, the governor of Michigan, for his state. (AN)
Descriptors: Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Educational Quality, Equal Education
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James, H. Thomas – Theory Into Practice, 1972
The author proposes the adoption of a program budgeting system of educational finance to provide equality of education without threatening local control of public education. (AN)
Descriptors: Budgets, Court Litigation, Educational Economics, Educational Finance
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Phelps, James L.; Jones, Thomas C. – Theory Into Practice, 1972
The authors, members of the staff of the governor of Michigan, provide more details of the proposed revenue sharing plan to reform educational finance in Michigan. (AN)
Descriptors: Educational Economics, Educational Finance, Equal Education, Revenue Sharing
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Raywid, Mary Anne; Shaheen, Thomas A. – Theory into Practice, 1994
Examines major cost-effectiveness proposals, describing developments that highlight concerns over making schools cost effective. The article discusses ways to blend the concerns of educational quality, equity, and costs (district consolidations, shared service and facilities arrangements, new accountability strategies, new information systems,…
Descriptors: Accountability, Administrator Responsibility, Cost Effectiveness, Costs