Research Paper On Public Provident Fund
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Trends in Public Housing in Virginia
This 9 page paper discusses trends in public housing and the effects of these trends on urban problems. A decrease in government funding at both the federal and state levels means that cities are now turning to non-profits and the private sector to aid in funding public housing projects. The writer explains the case of Richmond, Virginia, which was able to use funds for public housing to upgrade the city's infrastructure while turning to private sources to actually build the housing. The city's creativity has resulted in more housing units being created while contributing to a sense of community not possessed by those still using the regular method of required public funding. There are 8 sources listed in the bibliography.
State Funding of Public Education
A 5 page research paper/essay that discusses the issue of whether or not states should provide full state funding for public schools. This examination looks at this concept as a means for equalizing funding and concludes that broadened. but not necessarily full, state funding would serve this purpose, while helping school districts to retain some control. Bibliography lists 1 source.
What Makes a Public School Public
This paper discusses the public schools, what makes them public, where their funding comes from, a brief history of education, and accountability. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.
Comparing Two-Year Colleges
Two-year public colleges are more often referred to as community colleges. In recent years, their funding has been cut just as it has been in all public educational institutions. This paper reports specific information about two community colleges, Lone Star college system in Texas and St. Louis Community College System in Missouri. The report compares and contrasts tuition, graduation rates, amount college spends per student, revenues, and operating expenses. There are eight sources used in this five page paper.