Spending , school structure , and public education quality . Evidence from California

@inproceedings{Marlow1999SpendingS,
  title={Spending , school structure , and public education quality . Evidence from California},
  author={Michael l. Marlow},
  year={1999}
}
This paper examines school structure, spending, and performance relationships in California and finds considerable support for the public exchange model that predicts that greater competition improves student performance. The evi­ dence indicates that, despite claims to the contrary by many advocates of public education, higher education spending does not raise student achievement. Education spending is also shown to be highest in those counties exhibiting highest monopoly power as measured by… CONTINUE READING
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