From Equity to Adequacy, States Face School Funding Woes

Albanese, Elizabeth
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/08/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31672, p28
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Reports on dependence of U.S. lawmakers and education officials on their state constitutions to determine the level of education in their states they are expected to pay for. Sources of funds for schools; School funding problems faced in various U.S. states; U.S. court cases related to funding of school education.


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