Anderson's Ohio School Finance, A Practitioner's Guide
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A fundamental resource for both current and prospective school administrators, school treasurers, and boards of education, this guidebook offers in-depth coverage of how the school funding process works currently and how this process may be improved.
The work examines current economic issues, local and state funding processes ,inadequate capital funds, the deteriorating condition of Ohio's school buildings, federal funds and specialized school districts and agencies, and processes for accounting and managing funds for schools.
Ohio School Boards Association members should contact the OSBA to purchase this product.
Buckeye Association of School Administrators members should call 1-800-223-1940 to receive a 20% discount.
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Table of Contents
About the Authors
Chapter 1: A National Historical Perspective
Chapter 2: Ohio: A Historical Perspective
Chapter 3: Economic Issues of School Finance
Chapter 4: Local Funding of Ohio's Schools
Chapter 5: State Funding of Ohio's Schools
Chapter 6: Capital Funding
Chapter 7: Federal Funds
Chapter 8: Specialized School Districts And Agencies
Chapter 9:. Budget Planning And Development
Chapter 10: Appropriation And Accounting Procedures
Chapter 11: The Effective Management of School Funds
Chapter 12: Court Cases And Related Issues For Ohio
Chapter 13: Funding in Other States
Chapter 14: Related Issues
Chapter 15: Concluding Comments
Appendix - Selected Ohio Administrative Code Provision