Charter Funding Inequity

Bellweather Education Partners has a new report out today called “Location, Location, Location: How would a high-performing charter school network fare in different states?” Authors Andrew Rotherham (of Eduwonk fame) and Chris Lozier (CFO of Civitas Schools) have conducted a "thought experiment" focusing on a highly-regarded charter school network in California – Aspire Public Schools -- that faces a problem endemic to charters: how can these schools scale up and achieve sustainability? And, given California’s general underfunding of public education, how would Aspire fare in a more generous state?

Read the report to find out for yourself. But here’s a few New Jersey tidbits:

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