Date of Award
LB2282.83.M2 D64 2015
Open Access Dissertation
Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy
Muskie School of Public Service
Fiscal practices of maine's more efficient public high schools, education spending and student outcomes
This mixed-methods study compared three-year average operating expenditures and resource allocation practices and policies of nine Maine high schools that had been identified in a previous study as being "more efficient" with those of nine "typical" Maine high schools. The study attempted to determine if more efficient schools allocate resources differently than typical schools.The quantitative portion of the study considered expenditures of 18 Maine high schools over a three-year period using three resource models: The Maine Department of Education(MDOE) warrant article model: The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) account code model: and ( the Roza and Swartz (RS) School Spending Profile.
Dolloff, Andrew R. PhD, "Resource Allocation in Maine's More Efficient Public High Schools" (2015). All Student Scholarship. 159.