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"Teaching the whole child of God": A case study of a Lutheran grade school in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program A case study of strategies employed by Mercer University leadership during its transformation from a liberal arts institution into a comprehensive university A qualitative study examining the role of academic deans and fundraising Alumni giving: A case study of the factors that influence philanthropic behavior of alumni donors of historically Black colleges and universities An Exploration of Issues That Influence Pursuit and Utilization of External Research Programs by Historically Black Colleges and Universities Analysis of funding inequities in Texas higher education Cyberschool finance: A study of equity and adequacy Distance education and the financial aid process: A college student's perspective Examining the influence of financial literacy education on financial decision-making among graduate level health professions students Federal funding success factors: A replicated quantitative analysis Financing public education in Texas: Past, present, and future Funding No Child Left Behind: The relationship between funding and making Adequate Yearly Progress Funding Ohio community colleges: An analysis of the performance funding model Funding analysis of maine school administrative units: Finding efficiency in a resource-strapped fiscal climate Funding for K--12 schools in the San Francisco Bay Area: A case study utilizing a flexible research design Funding student achievement: A study of the relationships between federal transformation grant funding and student achievement for Texas high schools How and to what extent do scholarship recipients retain scholarship eligibility after the first year in college Ignore the rankings: A study of the relationship between commercial college rankings and lifetime economic value Increasing alumni giving at historically Black colleges and universities Internships and their relationship of narrowing the gap between curricula and the insurance industry Leading a district to excellence: A study of a district superintendent's leadership through financial crisis Managing with reduced financial resources---a case study Money matters: A study on the relationship between financial aid programs and policies on student persistence in higher education More bang for your buck: The effect of Minnesota's Alternative Pay for Teachers on the math achievement of high school students Pell Grants are a waste of taxpayer money: A study of the effects of Pell Grants on persistence in for-profit four-year colleges Principals' feelings on implementing teacher incentive programs to raise student achievement, improve teacher performance and promote teacher retention Private college tuition increases: Do discount, endowment and prestige affect yield? School finance and the parcel tax alternative: Creating inequities in per -pupil spending Student debt, problem-solving, and decision-making of adult learners: A basic qualitative study The buck stops here: A correlation coefficient study of standardized test scores and school district funding levels The economic domino effect: A phenomenological study exploring community college faculty's lived experiences during financial hard times in higher education The effects of the federal work-study program on student persistence and accrued loan debt The funding for student achievement: A correlation of Colorado district funding levels and standardized test scores The lived experience of low-income minority students who receive state merit aid at a Georgia postsecondary institution The relationship between financial aid and the retention of first -time community college students The relationship economic change had on student achievement during the Great Recession in Missouri over four academic years The smart money: A case study illustrating the impact a global economic recession has had on endowment funds at three Ohio higher education institutions Tightening the belt: The effects of budget cuts on higher education in South Carolina Understanding decision making within the changeless: Board culture, revenue adjustments, and mission shift Unfunded mandate: Does more money mean better special education compliance? Utilizing financial literacy to reduce the cohort default rate an action research study When is it enough: The impact of financial aid on the retention of nontraditional students majoring in public safety programs