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  1. says:

    Poorly written text with confusing explanations The description of economics in the early chapters is too simplistic while the mathematical models in the later chapters are overly complicated without adeuate supporting text I much prefer Fritts' Essentials of Illinois School Finance

  2. says:

    I read this for my doctorate class on Finance Needless to say the summaries at the end of the text were what I read as my professor did not utilize the text book

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    As always I find it difficult to evaluate textbooks I think this one meets a minimum standard for usefulness although the arrangement of information in the chapters could use some adjustment Brimley could also do with someone to go through and see how many times he repeated himself or perhaps someone to create

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    I had to read this for a class I am not a finance major; this course was to give a taste of education finance I think this book was written for someone that actually understands finance It was really hard to read and I just

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    In light of the election and ESSA this edition is dated Valuable information on the history of school finance

  6. says:

    Read this for School Business and Finance course for my graduate program Can't say I loved it but I did my homework I suppose some people would find it fascinating but not me

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    Read for a finance class Easy to follow with practical examples

  8. says:

    This textbook was reuired reading for my master's degree in Educational Leadership I found the book to be chock full of good information I read some of the other reviews for this book but since I don't have any other textbook to use as a comparison I can only relate my own experiences in using the book I have only one chief complaint and its a minor one As our professor assigned the reading of each chapter she had us type up and turn in

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    I can't believe I read a whole textbook on FINANCE On the rating I didn't actually LOVE it because of the subject but it deserves 5 stars since it was very thorough well written and researched However always keep

  10. says:

    Poorly written text with confusing explanations The description of economics in the early chapters is too simplistic while the mathematical models in the later chapters are overly complicated without adeuate supporting text

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Free read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ô Vern Brimley Jr.

Its practical tone and superior presentation while adding the most up to date information Education in a eBook #10003 and material regarding education finance Providing readers with a firm knowledge of all facets of financing education along with a number of helpful pedagogical tools Educ. In light of the election and ESSA this edition is dated Valuable information on the history of school finance

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Financing Education in a Climate of Change

Ation in a Climate of Epubsuch as clear tables and end of chapter assignment projects this new edition adds information on hot button topics including the economics of education recent and relevant court decisions and the ongoing debate about school vouchers tax credits and charter schools. This textbook was reuired reading for my master s degree in Educational Leadership I found the book to be chock full of good information I read some of the other reviews for this book but since I don t have any other textbook to use as a comparison I can only relate my own experiences in using the book I have only one chief complaint and its a minor one As our professor assigned the reading of each chapter she had us type up and turn in the definitions of each of the Key Concepts listed at the very beginning of each chapter Some of these Key Concepts were either not to be found in the chapter or they were located in other chapters When the class asked the professor about this she speculated that when the book was revised the authors did not revise the Key Concept lists for each chapterOtherwise I learned a LOT from the class and from this book

Free read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ô Vern Brimley Jr.

For educational administration and leadership students taking in a Epub #223 school finance courses A popular user friendly school finance text that is both current and comprehensive The Financing Education Kindle newly revised eleventh edition of this classic school finance text retains. Poorly written text with confusing explanations The description of economics in the early chapters is too simplistic while the mathematical models in the later chapters are overly complicated without adeuate supporting text I much prefer Fritts Essentials of Illinois School Finance