Mechanisms, methods and criteria in public funding
Metadatos de publicación
For many years, the European Commission has called on Member States to protect or promote longer term investments in education. Moreover, the efficient and equitable distribution of resources have been high on the political agenda. In today's economic circumstances, these objectives appear more pertinent than ever. This timely report provides a framework for discussing the second objective i.e. the efficient and equitable distribution of resources. It looks at the architecture of funding mechanisms as well as the criteria and methods used when establishing the volume of resource allocations in... primary and general secondary education. It covers 27 of the 28 EU Member States as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey.