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The Money Myth: School Resources, Outcomes, and Equity

reviewed by Su Jin Jez - July 19, 2011

coverTitle: The Money Myth: School Resources, Outcomes, and Equity
Author(s): W. Norton Grubb
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation, New York
ISBN: 0871540436, Pages: 400, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 19, 2011
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  • Su Jin Jez
    California State University, Sacramento
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    SU JIN JEZ is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration and a Faculty Associate with the Institute for Higher Education Leadership and Policy at California State University, Sacramento. Through her research and service, Jez aims to strengthen student access, persistence, and success in postsecondary education, particularly for traditionally underserved students. Related to school finance and resources, she has published articles on the impact of funding for majority Latino schools and the effect of teacher credentialing on student achievement. Her current projects include an examination of spending differences between schools, the role of for-profit colleges in the higher education completion agenda, an analysis of community college CTE programs, and the impact of wealth, and its interactions with race, in college access and success. Jez received a BA in statistics, with a minor in public policy, from UC Berkeley, and an MA in economics and a PhD in educational administration and policy analysis from Stanford University.
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