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School-level spending: Financial transparency coming to every community in 2018

2019-08-05T23:38:38+00:00

Marguerite Roza June 2017 At the Education Writers Association National Seminar on June 2nd, hosted at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., Marguerite Roza presented on new school spending reports emerging under the federal ESSA financial transparency requirement. In this session, reporters gained insight into what can be learned from pairing school-level financial data with outcomes and other data, as

School-level spending: Financial transparency coming to every community in 20182019-08-05T23:38:38+00:00

Building SEA Productivity

2019-04-11T12:30:07+00:00

Marguerite Roza July 2014 On July 12 Marguerite Roza presented a session at Council of Chief State School Officers' Summer Institute. In her session Chiefs heard about a basic framework for leading the productivity challenge that includes building a productivity data infrastructure, prioritizing flexibility, aligning funds with students, incentivizing innovation, and leading the change. Read More

Building SEA Productivity2019-04-11T12:30:07+00:00

Innovating Toward Sustainability: How Computer Labs Can Enable New Staffing Structures, and New Savings

2019-04-20T13:34:57+00:00

Marguerite Roza and Suzanne Simburg December 2012 Using wage and staffing data from states, authors Marguerite Roza and Suzanne Simburg project the financial and staffing implications of one innovative school model (the Rocketship lab rotation) to highlight potential impacts on the schooling workforce and total per-student spending. This Rapid Response brief was published by the Center on

Innovating Toward Sustainability: How Computer Labs Can Enable New Staffing Structures, and New Savings2019-04-20T13:34:57+00:00

Curing Baumol’s Disease: In Search of Productivity Gains in Public Education

2019-03-06T04:48:16+00:00

Curing Baumol's Disease: In Search of Productivity Gains in Public Education This paper published by Center on Reinventing Public Education first explores the past and future outlook for education absent productivity gains. The authors, Paul Hill and Marguerite Roza, then discuss several areas in which labor-intensive businesses have improved productivity: information technology, deregulation, redefinition of the product, increased efficiency in

Curing Baumol’s Disease: In Search of Productivity Gains in Public Education2019-03-06T04:48:16+00:00