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As we will discuss later, these funds may be distributed according to formulas containing indicators, such as the numbers and age of students attending a particular school or group of schools. Another method is by matching payments, for example, when central government matches local area funding by a set ratio. An alternative is bidding, by which a school or group of schools can put up a bid for 45 Educational Resource Management funding to meet particular needs, for example, for those with special educational requirements, or submit cost estimates for their entire budget.
In developing countries with poor tax bases and weak administration of revenue and expenditure flows, fiscal equalisation is not feasible. By default, a high proportion of school resourcing is left to local communities to fund, with consequent inadequacy and inequality. Model 3: central government determined funding Horizontal inequality and national preferences for education as a national public good are secured if central government determines the amount of funding received by schools and allocates it on the basis of an equitable formula that takes into account differences is spending need.
Student learning) does not decline. Educational productivity is related to the concept of efficiency, but relates the amounts of inputs used to achieve the outputs. Given the amount of other resources teachers work with, then the greater the output per teacher, the lower the cost per unit of output (given constant salaries) – in short, the bigger the class, the lower the unit cost. Technical progress is important in the economy generally as it is the main means of raising productivity. Better methods of teaching can raise teacher productivity.