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    Increased spending for schools and student achievement are commonly linked, though policy analysis does not support this link. Do you think it should? What factors play into this assumption?

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    I think that policy analysis that does not support a link that costs money should be the guiding hand. If there is not support for the link between spending and achievement then there is something wrong with the assumption. However, the assumption that is wrong is not that increased spending will ...

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    The solution provides a discussion on topic the link between pending for schools and student achievement and the non-support of this assumption in public policies.