“In the Public Interest” released a new report about the cost of charter schools, and the money they drain from public schools that educate most students.
Here is the press release, with a link to the full report by Gordon Lafer, author of The One Percent Solution.
Report: Charter Schools Remove Tens of Millions in Funding from
Neighborhood School Students in Three California Districts
$142.6 Million Net Loss in School Districts in San Diego, Oakland, and San Jose,
While Student Needs Go Unmet
WASHINGTON – In a first of its kind analysis of three California school districts, researchers found that public school students are bearing the cost of charter schools’ rapid expansion. The report calculates the net fiscal impact of charter schools on three representative California school districts: San Diego, Oakland, and San Jose’s East Side Union High School District.
The analysis, Breaking Point: The Cost of Charter Schools for…
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