Un modelo de financiación de un servicio público básico y universal ligado a impuestos a la propiedad no parece un buen modelo. Y de hecho no lo es.
[…] In the U.S., school funding comes from a combination of three sources. The balance varies from state to state but, on average, looks like this: 45 percent local money, 45 percent from the state and 10 percent federal. Which brings us back to where we began this story: Why is it that one Chicago-area district has $9,794 to spend on each of its students, while another, nearby district has three times that?
Two words: property tax. […]