Education financing and student achievement
We briefly review how schools’ financial resources affect the amount, quality, and heterogeneity of education, and how in turn the provision of educational services bears on students’ achievement. Then, we discuss the implications of different ways of linking school resources to student achievement, focusing in particular on the distinction between family-based and State-based channels of financial support.
How to Cite
Bertola, G. (2003) “Education financing and student achievement”, Swiss Journal of Educational Research, 25(3), pp. 431–454. doi: 10.24452/sjer.25.3.4656.
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