Stephen Dyer · April 22, 2014
Innovation Ohio has repeated our earlier analysis of charter schools funding in Ohio, finding in a new analysis that in the 2012-2013 school year, over half of state funding for charters went to schools that performed worse than the traditional public districts students left behind. The result is that the students left in Ohio’s traditional public schools receive less support than the state says they need.
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