Private money in public schools
In an era of government belt-tightening across all sectors, public schools are relying more heavily on private foundation money for support. When a private organization invests in a public institution, how much influence does the funder have on the fundee?
- Susan Heegaard: Vice president and educational achievement team leader at the Bush Foundation.
- Sarah Reckhow: Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Michigan State University.