Covering such issues as teaching quality, the interface between public and private schooling, and measuring school efficiency, this text addresses the improvement of educational productivity in the USA.Such a conclusion is unwarranted, however. ... Frequently, as is clear from Table 1, states have implemented major school finance reforms close in time to the passage of tax limits. ... They concluded that in the short term, these limits translated into slower growth in the performance of third graders on a standardized test of mathematics. ... the Figiio article, it is difficult to draw conclusions from this paper.
|Title||:||Improving Educational Productivity|
|Author||:||David H. Monk, Herbert J. Walberg, Margaret C. Wang|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2001-01-01|