Stimulation of Educational Undertakings: A Study of School Support in New York Cities and Villages Under Earmarked and Non-Earmarked State Subsidy Plans
by J. Wayne Wrightstone - 1933
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the efficacy of earmarked state aid versus non-earmarked, or blanket, aid for stimulating the introduction and expansion of certain educational activities in local communities; the effort of local communities to support an educational program as judged by several criteria suggested by Updegraff; and the dynamic evolution of a state aid plan and its integration with correlative social, economic, educational, and financial changes revealed through local initiative in providing a progressive educational program.
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