Who pays for student diversity?: population changes and educational policy, Volume 12
Changes in ethnic, racial, geographic and economic diversity of school children have enormous political and social implications for educational policy, particularly school finance policy and practice. Contributors to this volume outline demographic trends, focus on minority and other special student populations and relate their findings to policies for financing schools, building facilities and taxation.
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