New Studies in Education: Cost of Living of Teachers in the State of New York
by David P. Harry - 1929
THE purpose of this study was to ascertain the variations in the cost of living among certain communities of New York State, and then to utilize this knowledge in deriving a technique for correcting the measure of educational need of the communities of the state. 1 The problem is based upon the assumption that all costs of the state minimum educational program, including those due to variations in costs of living, should be considered in the measure of educational need, as discovered and developed by Mort, and in the equalization program.
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