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Report 293, ( May 1989 ) 17 pages

School Finance Reform in Michigan

School finance reform has two major focuses: one relating to providing equal eduation opportunity, which usually results in an effort to reduce the per pupil expenditure disparity between school districts; and the second to reduce reliance on the property tax as the principal revenue source to support elementary and secondary education. This paper discusses recent efforts to address those focuses.
Report 293, ( May 1989 ) 17 pages

School Finance Reform in Michigan

School finance reform has two major focuses: one relating to providing equal eduation opportunity, which usually results in an effort to reduce the per pupil expenditure disparity between school districts; and the second to reduce reliance on the property tax as the principal revenue source to support elementary and secondary education. This paper discusses recent efforts to address those focuses.

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