Resource Allocation Studies: Implications for School Improvement and School Finance Research.

@inproceedings{MacphailWilcox1986ResourceAS,
  title={Resource Allocation Studies: Implications for School Improvement and School Finance Research.},
  author={Bettye Macphail-Wilcox and Richard A. King},
  year={1986}
}
nance literature.1 But, resource allocation and consumption in public education are much more complex than in the private sector. Few, if any, exact technologies of teaching exist; some goals are competitive, while others are interactive; and decisions made by many individuals at each level of the educational hierarchy affect students' access to and consumption of school resources.2 Individually and collectively, these decisions influence student performance, often prescribing the potential as… CONTINUE READING

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