Thursday, January 20, 2005

Money for Education

Picking up from the discussion on education in California from Palosverdesblog last week, I discovered a new report from the Claremont Institute suggesting that welfare reform which has been so successful in other states would free additional money which could be used for education and suggesting that the 50% of education funding which goes to administrators is more than we need - freeing up more funds. You can find the report here.

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Bill Lama said...

Thanks for the Claremont report. I downloaded it and will comment. I'm apalled that administration eats up 50% of the budget. The retirement and health plans are also a huge and growing problem. State payments into the retirement plans for state employees have grown from $160M in 2000 to $3.4B in 2005.