Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Study: More Money for Education Does Not Translate to Better Results

“In 2010, total annual spending on education exceeded $809 billion dollars. That is amount is higher than any other industrialized nation, and more than the spending of France, Germany, Japan, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia combined. However, our study clearly shows that spending money isn’t going to achieve the results that taxpayers are funding and parents are wanting,” said Bob Williams, President of State Budget Solutions.

This quote is from a study done by State Budget Solutions (SBS), a nonprofit organization advocating for fundamental reform of state budgets and a project of Sunshine Review.

Read the full report here.

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