Study: Charters Get Less Funding Than Public Schools in 5 Cities

Critics of public charter schools have long suggested that they have an economic advantage over traditional public schools because they have attracted financial support from philanthropies.
April 18, 2013
 

Critics of public charter schools have long suggested that they have an economic advantage over traditional public schools because they have attracted financial support from philanthropies.

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