Education: One for the Money

Whether the U. S. gets its money's worth for the $2,000,000,000 it spends each year on public education is a matter of perennial dispute between taxpayers and educators. Last week a group of experts, who had just completed the most ambitious inquiry into this question ever made in the U. S., told New York, which spends more than any other State ($277,900,000), that it does not get its money's worth. Their proposals for making New York's school dollars do a better job were broad enough to fit most of the other 47 States....

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