Understanding Student-Weighted Allocation as a Means to Greater School Resource Equity

Understanding Student-Weighted Allocation as a Means to Greater School Resource Equity

Karen Hawley Miles and Marguerite Roza

Published December 2006 in Peabody Journal of Education

This article by Karen Hawley Miles and Marguerite Roza examines how the shift to student-weighted allocation affected the pattern of resource distribution within 2 districts: the Houston Independent School District and Cincinnati Public Schools. This study published in Peabody Journal of Education provides evidence that student-weighted allocation can be a means toward greater resource equity among schools within districts. Resource equity is defined here in per-pupil needs-weighted fiscal terms.

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