Document Type

Occasional Paper

Publication Date

9-1984

Abstract

This report examines the impact of Proposition 2-1/2 on different types of communities and the implications of this impact for state aid and state-level policies. The effects of 2-1/2, especially first-year effects in public education, are evaluated from the perspective of four general policy objectives or values: equity, efficiency, accountability, and local autonomy. The primary concern of this report is for various considerations of equity and inequality.

Comments

Presented by the John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, University of Massachusetts Boston.

 
 

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