Public schools face seemingly endless scrutiny. Educators have experienced an increased level of accountability and demand to graduate students who are college ready or well prepared to enter the workforce. The topic of educational funding is often at the forefront of public discussion and debate in Texas. While policymakers recurrently examine the way public schools have been funded (Fermanich, 2009), school district leaders are forced to unrelentingly evaluate and assess the efficacy and results of instructional programs and performance measures. With the push for college readiness for all students, the topic of funding adequacy has continued to be an issue.
Franklin, Treva and Brown, Casey Graham
"Do Resources Matter? The Relationship Between Instructional Expenditures and College Readiness Indicators,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 8
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol8/iss2/4
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