effect of a differential add-on grant title 1 and local education spending. by Martin S. Feldstein

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The paper discusses the federal government's program to increase local educational spending on pupils from low-income families, concluding that this differential add-on grant is much more effective than predicted by traditional theory for block-grant programs.

(MF)Cited by: the differential add-on grant provides a basis for monitoring and enforce-ment. The purpose of the present paper is to measure the effectiveness of one such differential add-on grant, the federal government's program to increase local educational spending on pupils from low-income families.

The purpose of the present paper is to measure the effectiveness of a differential add-on grant program, Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The evidence presented shows that this kind of grant program does increase local spending by much more than would be expected of a traditional block Cited by: Since a block grant has only an income effect and no price effect, conventional theory predicts that block grants have a very small impact on the local government's expenditure on the favored activity.

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