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    Financing and Governing America's Schools

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    Is the financial voice of a teacher (or other decision maker) always, often or rarely the voice for children? What have you learned about the financial situation in education?

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    Well, the voice of the teacher, we hope, is always speaking for the students. If it is the financial voice, they may be asking for more funding for better books, supplies, equipment, etc. This all benefits the child, who whether they know it or not, learns better with more up to date materials and equipment. Sometimes, the financial voice is ...

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