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The High Cost of Leaving: An Analysis of the Cost of Teacher Turnover

Rivka Felsher
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 36, Number 1, Summer 2010
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Differences Across States in Higher Education Finance Policy

Rodney P. Hughes
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 36, Number 4, Spring 2011
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Does Performance-Based Funding Affect Colleges’ Financial Priorities?

Luke J. Stedrak
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 41, Number 3, Winter 2016
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Estimating Teacher Turnover Costs: A Case Study

Erica Jablonski
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 38, Number 2, Fall 2012
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The Price of High-Stakes Educational Testing: Estimating the Aggregate Costs of Florida’s FCAT Exam

Erin Keller
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 43, Number 2, Fall 2017
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Decentralized University Budgeting, United with a More Flexible Tuition Structure

Gary Fethke
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 39, Number 4, Spring 2014
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State Higher Education Performance Funding: Data, Outcomes, and Policy Implications*

Nicholas W. Hillman
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 39, Number 3, Winter 2014
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A Constrained Bureaucratic Model of Behavioral Responses to School Finance Reform

Matthew N. Murray
Journal of Education Finance -- Volume 42, Number 4, Spring 2017
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