Education Finance and Policy
Ongoing public policy developments affecting educational institutions and systems present education policy makers, administrators, and researchers with new global challenges and opportunities. To aid in the deliberations, and help frame the intellectual discourse on education policy and practice, Education Finance and Policy promotes understanding of the means by which global resources can be justly generated and productively engaged to enhance human learning at all levels.
Topics explored in the journal include: school accountability, school choice, education standards, equity and adequacy in school finance, within- and across-school and district resource allocation, teacher compensation, training and labor markets, instructional policy, higher education productivity and finance, and special education.
The journal is published by the MIT Press for the Association for Education Finance and Policy.
- Impact Factor: 2.103 (2017 Journal Citation Report)
EFP offers access to “Just Accepted” manuscripts and uncorrected proofs of articles before they are published. Learn more about Just Accepted and Early Access.
Forthcoming in Education Finance and Policy Vol. 14, No. 3, Summer 2019
The articles listed in this table of contents may be available under the Early Access tab.
Principal Effectiveness and Principal Turnover
Jason A. Grissom and Brendan Bartanen
The Uneven Implementation of Universal School Policies: Maternal Education and Florida's Mandatory Grade Retention Policy
Umut Ozek, Christina LiCalsi, and David Figlio
“No Excuses” Charter Schools and College Enrollment: New Evidence from a High School Network in Chicago
Matthew Davis and Blake Heller
Donors and Founders on Charter School Boards and their Impact on Financial and Academic Outcomes
Charisse A. Gulosino and Elif Şişli Ciamarra
College Major Choice and Neighborhood Effects in a Historically Segregated Society: Evidence from South Africa
Biniam E. Bedasso
Raising the Bar for College Admission: North Carolina’s Increase in Minimum Math Course Requirements
Charles T. Clotfelter, Steven W. Hemelt, and Helen F. Ladd