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Published by UMI Dissertation Services in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


  • Education and state -- Utah,
  • Policy sciences -- Case studies,
  • Special education -- Government policy -- Utah,
  • Special education -- Utah -- Finance,
  • Government aid to education -- Utah

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Statementby Linda Sue Geary
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 484 p.
Number of Pages484
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18955279M

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The Utah State Board of Education does not endorse and is not responsible for content on external websites linked from this page. East South, Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday - Friday, 8 .   Education spending has still yet to recover from the Great Recession in many states. 11 Because of state constitution balanced-budget provisions, when faced with . According to your text (citing State Higher Education Executive Officers), what happened to per pupil educational appropriations in Utah (as a percentage of change) between and ? Per pupil educational appropriations remained constant during this time period. Introduced invisible hand in his first book. first applied during the Reagan administration, holding that the key task for fiscal policy is to stimulate the supple of goods, as by cutting tax rates. Budget. Policymaking process. 1. Recognizing the problem. 2. Agenda setting. 3. Formulating the policy. 4. Adopting the policy.

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