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Smart money : using educational resources to accomplish ambitious learning goals

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Harvard Education Press, Cambridge, Mass., p.334 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2825 .S537 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8812389

Keywords:

Education--United States--Finance

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: Smart money and America's schools -- Ambitious learning goals require a new approach to educational resources / Jacob E. Adams, Jr. -- How federal categorical funding prevents the effective use of resources / Christopher T. Cross and Marguerite Roza -- Allocating resources through traditional versus reform-oriented collective bargaining agreements / Julia E. Koppich -- Organizing school systems for continuous improvement / Joanne Weiss -- Making strategic resource decisions / Karen Hawley Miles -- Merging costs with effective resource strategies / Allan R. Odden, Michael E. Goetz, and Lawrence O. Picus -- Making resource decisions amid technical uncertainty / James W. Guthrie and Paul T. Hill -- Considering outside-the-box changes in education funding / David H. Monk -- Linking education funding with standards-based reform and community-based resources / Michael W. Kirst and Lori Rhodes -- Creating the political conditions for education finance policy change / Lorraine M. McDonnell -- Chosing the smart-money path to education finance innovation / Jacob E. Adams, Jr.

Publication Language:

eng