Assessing the Costs of K-12 Education in California Public Schools

Author/s: 

Jennifer Imazeki

Year of Publication: 
2007

The objective of this study is to estimate the costs for California districts to meet the achievement goals set for them by the state and examine how these costs vary across districts with different student characteristics. The author asks:

  1. What do the data show about the current relationship in California school districts between spending and both costs and student outcomes?
  2. What would it cost for California districts to meet the achievement goals set for them by the state, and how do these costs vary across districts with different student characteristics?

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APA Citation

Imazeki, J. (2007). Assessing the Costs of K-12 Education in California Public Schools. .