Local Government Responses to Education Grants
Ronald Fisher and
Leslie Papke ()
National Tax Journal, 2000, vol. 53, issue 1, 153-68
The ability of the federal government and states to influence educational outcomes depends on how local governments and school districts respond to intergovernmental grants; this article provides a brief primer for policymakers about the economics of education grants.
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