Central City and Suburban Public Education: Fiscal Resources and Fiscal Realities
by Seymour Sacks - 1968
In this chapter the fiscal aspects of central city and suburban public education will be considered in some detail, both individually and in relation to each other. It should be noted at this point that, in comparing central cities to their outside central city areas, the latter include not only the "suburbs" but rural areas and urban areas which, except for size, resemble socially and economically their central city counterparts.
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