Report: Charters pinch district budgets

New York charter schools drained between 0.4% and 5.88% of district budgets during 2003-04 and posted mixed results on state exams in that same period, according to a state analysis. The New York Charter School Association responded that charters have lower per-pupil public funding than traditional schools have.

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