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Master of Science (MS)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
During the fast few years revenue for the support and maintenance of public schools in Utah has become a subject of increasing concern and discussion. Considerable effort has been made on the state level in an attempt to equalize the financial programs among the school districts in the state. Much of this effort has placed its emphasis upon property tax as the major source of school revenue, both on the local level and the state level. Inflationary trends in the national economy have added to the aggravation of this problem. It has become increasingly necessary to seek additional revenue in order to operate the public schools at a satisfactory level. This load has mainly been carried by the property tax.
Raymond, G. Frank, "Revenue Trends and Sources of Revenue in the Public Schools of Utah Between 1916 and 1950" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1819.
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