More money does not imply more education
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Submitted by Rick Caird (United States), Nov 29, 2010 09:20
Ben is arguing more money implies a better education. Yet, we have shown over the past 50 years that more money is pretty much irrelevant to the education supplied. There is no linear relationship to the amount spent on public functions and a corresponding increase in both the efficiency and the quantity of the so called public good.
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