Education Spending and Changing Revenue Sources

Research Report

Education Spending and Changing Revenue Sources

Abstract

School districts in 37 states are "independent" and able to generate their own revenues, usually by setting property tax rates. Some school districts in other states are dependent on cities, towns or counties for funding authority. In addition, school districts have increasingly been dependent on state aid for funding.

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