Funding Programs for Florida’s Public Education System

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Funding Programs for Florida’s
Public Education System
Overview
School finance issues have been a critical issue for both public and private education ever since formal education programs were first established in the United States (US). Currently, these finance issues related to education have centered on the continuing support of public education school systems such as Florida’s through public funding sources and the reliance that the education system is beginning to place on a mix of funding sources for public education institutions. The following research articles examine various aspects of school finance issues related to funding measures for Florida’s public schools. 
Florida’s public education system has long been one of the poorest...
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