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Home Resource How Is Texas Modeling Costs to Inform Performance-Based Financing of Community Colleges?
Policymakers and education leaders in Texas are interested in understanding the funding levels necessary for providing an affordable, accessible, and equitable pathway to a postsecondary certificate or degree. REL Southwest conducted a study to help Texas leaders better understand the extent to which Texas community colleges receive adequate funding for reaching desired levels of student outcomes. The study included three components: a needs analysis, an equity analysis, and a cost function analysis.
This infographic provides an overview of the study and highlights key findings.
Read the related study: An Examination of the Costs of Texas Community Colleges
ERIC DescriptorsCommunity Colleges, Educational Equity (Finance), Expenditure per Student, Funding Formulas, Higher Education, Postsecondary Education, Public Colleges, Resource Allocation, Equity
Southwest | Resource Type: Infographic | Resource
Date: December 2022
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