The Cost and Public Relations Effects of Federal Education Dollars to the Local School District
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. John Green
The costs and public effects of using federal vocational education dollars in the local school district were studied. Twenty-five Washington school districts were randomly selected. Financial data were compiled and a survey distributed to these schools. The results showed increased use of federal vocational monies resulted in increased local administration, as school size decreased use of federal monies decreased, smaller schools spend more money per student, and local advisory committees feel that vocational education needs federal monies.
Cooper, Raymond L., "The Cost and Public Relations Effects of Federal Education Dollars to the Local School District" (1983). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 43.