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Clarence Fanto

Charters’ funding is the fly in ed reform ointment

By Clarence Fanto
December 28, 2009

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Charter schools reduce funding for local districts and jeopardize improvements at underperforming schools. Until the state figures out a way to protect existing school systems and ensure stricter oversight for charters, public support for new applications is likely to wane even further. (Full article: 711 words)

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