Public charter schools, funding inequities, revenue disparities, metropolitain areas, school reports
The revenue study is based on Fiscal Year 2010‒11 (FY11) data for each of 30 selected states plus the District of Columbia (D.C.). Traditional school districts and public charter schools were analyzed and aggregated “statewide.” For each state, one to three “focus areas” were selected based on larger concentrations of charter students – most focus areas are large cities, some are metropolitan counties. Traditional school districts and charter schools were analyzed separately in each focus area. The analytic team collected and analyzed all revenues, public and private, flowing to traditional district and public charter schools. FY11 funding includes Federal, State, Local, Other, PublicIndeterminate, and Indeterminate sources.
Batdorf, M., Maloney, L. D., May, J. F., Speakman, S. T., Wolf, P. J., & Cheng, A. (2014). Charter School Funding: Inequity Expands. School Choice Demonstration Project. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/scdp/7