Suggested Reading

Suggested Reading

 

Andrews, M., Duncombe, W. D., and Yinger, J. (2002). Revisiting economies of size in American education:  Are we any closer to a consensus? Economics of Education Review, 21,245–262.

Baker, B. D. & Duncombe, W. D. (2004).  Balancing district needs and student needs:  The role of economies of scale adjustments and pupil need weights in school finance formulas.  Journal of Education Finance, 29(3), 195-223.

Baker, B. D. (2005).  The emerging shape of educational adequacy:  From theoretical assumptions to empirical evidence.  Journal of Education Finance, 30(3), 277-305.

Baker, B. D. (2006).  Evaluating the reliability, validity and usefulness of education cost studies.  Journal of Education Finance, 32(2), 170-201.

Baker, B. D., & Corcoran, S. P. (2012). The stealth inequities of school funding:  How state and local finance systems perpetuate inequitable student spending. Washington, D.C.:  Center for American Progress.

Baker, B. D., Green, P., & Richards, C. E.  (2008). Financing education systems, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey:  Pearson Education, Inc.

Baker, B. D., & Green, P. C. (2008). Conceptions of equity and adequacy in school finance. In Ladd, H. F. and Fiske, E. B., (Eds.), The handbook of research in education finance and policy, (pp. 203-221). New York:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Baker, B. D., & Green, P. C. (2008).  Politics, empirical evidence, and policy design:  The case of school finance and the costs of educational adequacy.  In Cooper, B. S., Cibulka, J. G, and Fusarelli, L. D., The handbook of education politics and policy, (pp. 311-337). New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Baker, B. D., & Green, P. (2009). Kansas—separate and unequal by design:  What’s the matter with the rising state role in Kansas education?  In Fusarelli, B. C., & Cooper, B. S., (Eds.), The rising state:  How state power is transforming our nation’s schools, (pp. 133-149). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Baker, B. D., Sciarra, D. G., & Farrie, D. (2014). Is school funding fair? A national report card. Retrieved from http://www.schoolfundingfairness.org.

Brimley, V., & Garfield, R. R. (2008). Financing education in a climate of change, tenth edition, New York:  Allyn & Bacon.

Cooper, B. S., Cibulka, J. G, & Fusarelli, L. D., (2008). The handbook of education politics and Policy, first edition, New York:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Cooper, B. S., Fusarelli, L. D. & Randall, E. V., (2004). Better policies, better schools: theories and applications, first edition, New York:  Allyn & Bacon.

Cuban, L., (2004). The blackboard and the bottom line, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Darling-Hammond, L., (2010). The flat world and education:  How America’s commitment to equity will determine our future. NY:  Teachers College Press.

DeFilippis, J. & Saegert, S., (Eds.). (2012). The community development reader. New York:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Downes, T. A., & Zabel, J. E. (2002). The impact of school characteristics on house prices:   Chicago 1987-1991. Journal of Urban Economics, 52, 1-25.

Duncombe, W. D., & Yinger, J. (2004). How much does a disadvantaged student cost? Syracuse, New York:  Center for Policy Research, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. Retrieved from http:/www.surface.syr.edu/cpr/103.

Duncombe, W. D., & Yinger, J. (2007). Does school district consolidation cut costs? Education Finance and Policy, 2, 341–375.

Duncombe, W. D.,Yinger, J., & Zhang, P. (2014). How does school district consolidation affect property values? A case study of New York. Public Finance Review, 1-28. DOI:  10.1177/1091142114524617.

Figlio, D. N., & Lucas, M. E. (2004). What’s in a Grade? School report cards and the housing market. American Economic Review, 94(3), 591–604.

Firestone, W. A., Goertz, M. E., & Natriello, G. (1997). From cashbox to classroom:  The struggle for fiscal reform and educational change in New Jersey. NY:  Teachers College Press.

Fischel, W. A. (1998).  School finance litigation and property tax revolts:  How undermining local control turns voters away from public education, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Working Paper:  Cambridge, MA.

Fischel, W. (2001).  The homevoter hypothesis:  How home values influence local government taxation, school finance, and land-use policies, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press.

Fischel, W. A. (2002).  An economic case against vouchers:  Why local public schools are a local public good, Dartmouth Economics Department Working Paper:  Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Fischel, W. A. (2005). Why voters veto vouchers:  Public schools and community-specific social capital, Dartmouth Economics Department Working Paper:  Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Fowler, F. C., (2009). Policy studies for educational leaders, third edition, NY, Allyn & Bacon.

Fusarelli, B. C. & Cooper, B. S., (Eds.). (2009). The rising state:  How state power is transforming our nation’s schools, first edition, Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.

Guthrie, J. W., Hart, C. C., Ray, J. R., Candoli, I. C., and Hack, W. G., (2008). Modern school business administration:  A planning approach, ninth edition, Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.

Hilber, C. A. L., & Mayer, C. J. (2002). Why do households without children support local public schools? Philadelphia, PA:  Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Working Paper.

Hoxby, C.M. (1996). Are equity and efficiency in school finance substitutes or compliments? Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10(4) 51-72.

Hoxby, C. M. (2001). All school finance equalizations are not created equal. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 116(4), 1189-1231.

Kenny, L. W., (1982). Economies of scale in schooling, Economics of Education Review, 2:1-24.

Kirp, D. L., (2013). Improbable scholars:  The rebirth of a great American school system and a strategy for America’s schools. NY:  Oxford University Press.

Kowalski, T. J., & Lasley, T. J., (Eds.). (2009). The handbook of data-based decision making in education, first edition, New York:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Ladd, H. F. (1975). Local education expenditures, fiscal capacity, and the composition of the property tax base. National Tax Journal, 3(2), 145-158.

Ladd, H. F. (1976). State-wide taxation of commercial and industrial property for education. National Tax Journal, 143-153.

Ladd, H. F. & Fiske, E. B., (Eds.). (2008). The handbook of research in education finance and policy, first edition, NY:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Ladd, H. F., & Yinger, J. (1994). The case for equalizing aid. National Tax Journal, 211-224.

Ladson-Billings, G. (2006). From the achievement gap to the education debt:  Understanding achievement in U.S. schools. Educational Researcher 35(7)3-12.

Ladson-Billings, G. (2009). Just what is critical race theory and what’s it doing in a nice field like education? In E. Taylor, D. Gillborn, & G. Ladson-Billings (Eds.), Foundations of critical race theory in education (pp. 17-36). first edition, New York:  Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Lunenberg, F. C., & Irby, B. J., (2006). The principalship:  Vision to action, first edition, Belmont, California:  Wadsworth Cengage Learning.

Mulvey, J. D., Cooper, B. S., & Maloney, A. T., (2010). Blurring the lines:  Charter, public, private, and religious schools coming together, Charlotte, North Carolina:  Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Oates, W. E., (1972). Fiscal federalism, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Owens, R. G., & Valesky, T. C., (2007). Organizational Behavior in Education: Adaptive Leadership and School Reform, ninth edition, New York: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon.

Ravitch, D., (2010). The death and life of the great American school system:  How testing and choice are undermining education, New York:  Basic Books.

Ravitch, D., (2013). Reign of error:  The hoax of the privatization movement and the danger to America’s public schools. New York:  Alfred A. Knopf.

Rubin, J. S., (Ed.). (2007). Financing low-income communities:  Models, obstacles, and future directions, first edition, NY:  Russell Sage Foundation.

Sahlberg, P., (2011). Finish lessons:  What can the world learn from educational change in Finland? NY:  Teachers College Press.

Segal, L. G., (2004). Battling corruption in America’s public schools, Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press.

Seyfarth, J., (2008). Human resource leadership for effective schools, fifth edition, New York: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon.

Tanner, C.K. & Lackney, J.A., (2006). Educational facilities planning:  Leadership, architecture, and management, first edition, NY: Allyn & Bacon.

Temali, M., (2002). The community economic development handbook:  Strategies and tools to revitalize your neighborhood. Saint Paul, MN:  Publishing Center, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation.

Tiebout, C. M., (1956). “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures,” The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 64, No. 5. 416-424.

Vollmer, J., (2010). Schools cannot do it alone:  Building public support for America’s public    schools. Fairfield, IA:  Enlightenment Press.

Wells, A. S., (Ed.). (2002). Where charter school policy fails:  The problems of accountability and equity, NY:  Teachers College Press.

Young, I. P., (2008). The human resource function in educational administration, ninth edition, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey:  Pearson, Merrill, Prentice Hall.

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