Local Revenue: Making a Difference in College ReadinessThe Researcher
AbstractThis research project collects demographic, fiscal, and assessment data from Idaho school districts that have a high school and that report senior ACT scores. Analysis of the data indicates statewide correlations between local economic revenue indicators (local revenue per student, household median income, and percentage of local funding per student) and Idaho high school graduating seniors’ composite ACT scores. This research project indicates: (1) A strong relationship between Idaho school districts’ local revenues and their seniors composite ACT scores; (2) A strong relationship between Idaho high schools amount of local revenue per student and minimal ACT benchmarks not met by graduating seniors; and (3) A strong relationship between local revenues, ACT scores, and the percentage of college prep/advanced placement courses taught in Idaho high schools.
Citation InformationChristian A. Busnardo and Philip P. Kelly. "Local Revenue: Making a Difference in College Readiness" The Researcher (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/philip_kelly/5/