This report demonstrates in greater detail than ever before how America’s methods of school finance work against a single-minded focus on student...
This brief touches on the experiences of urban school districts as they sought to close schools. It offers insight into the critical questions districts encountered and different paths chosen during the process.
This study takes an in-depth look at funding differences between and within Texas school districts and finds that funding decisions within districts currently have a greater impact on a school’s resources than inequalities in access to revenues across school districts.
This study examines resource allocation patterns across elementary schools and how these patterns differ depending, in part, on various levels of autonomy over resources at the school level.
This report reveals how two very different school districts, Milwaukee and Dayton, are affected by and responding to the pressures of school choice.
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