Public charter schools, funding inequities, revenue disparities, metropolitain areas, school reports
Of all the controversies swirling around the nation’s charter schools, none is more hotly contested than the debate over funding. Charter opponents charge that] these autonomous public schools are draining scarce resources from public school districts. Proponents, by contrast, complain that charter schools do not get their fair share of public education dollars.
Batdorf, M., Finn, C. E., Hassel, B., Maloney, L. D., Osberg, E., Speakman, S. T., & Terrell, M. (2005). Charter School Funding: Inequity’s Next Frontier. School Choice Demonstration Project. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/scdp/9