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From Rags to Riches: A Plan to Improve Education in a Small Rural School
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Rural Educator Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 0273-446X

Abstract

Describes how a rural school system in Alabama generated financial support for the school when the city council passed an ordinance to raise taxes. The school receives portions of an Occupational License Fee, a gasoline tax, and sales tax. The increased revenues have been used for building projects, salaries, and distance education. (KS)

Citation

Segars, J.E. (1992). From Rags to Riches: A Plan to Improve Education in a Small Rural School. Rural Educator, 14(1), 19-20. Retrieved December 2, 2022 from .

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