funding, spending, city district-run charter school, independent charter school
Charter schools have been a part of the educational landscape in New York City since the first New York charter school opened in Harlem in 1999. We define a charter school as any school that (1) operates based on a formal charter in place of direct school district management and (2) reports its finances independently from the school district. We define all other public schools as district schools. According to the New York State Department of Education (NYSDoE), New York City was home to 1,575 district and 183 charter schools in Fiscal Year 2014 (FY2014). Seven percent of all public school students in New York City attended charter schools that year.
Maloney, L. D., & Wolf, P. J. (2017). Charter School Funding: Inequity in New York City. School Choice Demonstration Project. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/scdp/3