Mission Statement

Journal of Education Finance

The Journal of Education Finance has gained national renown for featuring carefully researched articles written by the leading thinkers and practitioners in the area of funding public schools. Each quarterly issue brings you insights on complex issues such as:

     School finance equalization
     Education reform
     Business / Education partnerships
     International spending comparisons
     Judicial intervention in finance issues
     Social / school agencies linkages
     Voter-approved tax limitation measures and their effect on schools
     Factors influencing teacher salaries

The Journal provides original research and cogent analyses essential to your own studies and policy decision making. Make sure you receive information like this four times per year by subscribing to the Journal.

 

 

 

 

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