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Fiscal Aspects of Public Education: XII. Relationships of the Different Standards of Expenditures for Education


by Edward C. Elliott - 1905

The previous demonstrations regarding variability and relationships of municipal expenditures have provided us, it is thought, with a new instrumentality with which to gain an insight into the significant meanings of these expenditures. We are enabled to classify cities into groups according to their differing fiscal characteristics. Thus, it is possible to arrange all of the cities, whose expenditures have been considered, into groups according to whether they spend a large or small proportion of their total municipal expenditures for any particular item.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 6 Number 5, 1905, p. 85-97
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9857, Date Accessed: 9/24/2019 5:29:14 AM

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