Classroom Spending Tied to Achievement
North Carolina High School Resource Allocation Study: Final Report
While overall spending in high schools has little effect on student achievement, larger expenditures on regular classroom instruction do lead to better performance, with higher teacher compensation showing the single largest effect, a study ...
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