The $71.5 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Education for Fiscal Year 2019, not accounting for inflation, is the largest amount ever appropriated for that department.
Shane Vander Hart: Putting kids who lack life experience, maturity, budgetary knowledge, and wisdom in charge of education budgets would be a disaster.
How much money do the Feds actually provide to states for their education spending in exchange for the mandates they implement.
We keep hearing the beating drum of more money for education, and apparently it works because people are not well informed. Check out the following two graphs from Education Next-PEPG Survey, published in Education Next‘s Winter issue. The first is related to school spending. The next graph is related to teacher pay: Question – how […]