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Getting to the Bottom of Where the Money Goes

A Student-Level Analysis of Resource Allocation

ERS has collected an extensive database of student-level data through our nearly 10 years of working closely with some of the largest urban districts in America. This includes information on teacher salaries, course schedules, and class sizes. Education researcher Rebecca Wolf analyzed data from one large urban school district (with more than 40,000 students) to see how resources were allocated to individual students. She had three main findings, and several recommendations for other school systems that want to learn more about where the money is going.

Getting to the Bottom of Where the Money Goes: A Student-Level Analysis (PDF-White Paper)

Summary of findings and recommendations

 

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