California's Educational Funding Essay by Calwriter

California's Educational Funding
Determines whether the State of California's public school funds are equitably distributed.
# 56340 | 2,815 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2004 | US

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When attempting to determine whether the method and amount of public fund distribution is equitable within any school system, several factors are always considered. This paper examines the case of California, which boasts more than 1,000 individual school districts, 8,000 schools, and over six million students. The paper discusses the opinion of many who assert than, in ex-ante analysis, the state's school finance system demonstrates sufficient levels of equitability and then looks at the views of many who do not agree. The paper concludes that the current method of funds allocation for K-12 schools is completely inadequate.

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