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charter school funding
Updated August 3, 2018
New York State sent 275 charter schools too much federal Title II funding and district schools too little, officials say
State Education Commissioner MarryEllen Elia is scheduled to brief reporters Friday morning.
March 2, 2018
New York City charter school rent costs to jump 63 percent this year
The city expects to spend $44 million this fiscal year for 63 charter schools’ space.
Give and take
February 26, 2018
Aurora district may start sharing local dollars with charters a year early, in exchange for higher fees
The plan would help the district comply with last year's law requiring districts share their local tax increases.
November 1, 2017
More money for education, help for charters and marijuana taxes to tackle teacher shortages headline Hick budget
Colorado's governor John Hickenlooper published his proposed 2018 budget on Wednesday asking for an increase to school funding and a reduction in the negative factor.
May 9, 2017
After raucous rollout, charter school compromise sailing through Colorado statehouse
House Bill 1375, which was approved 46-19, is far from a done deal. The state Senate must give initial approval by midnight tonight.
Spliting the pie
February 8, 2017
Should Colorado charter schools get a share of local tax increases? Some Colorado lawmakers think so.
The combined total school districts would be required to send to the state’s charter schools according to a legislative report: $94.4 million.
January 19, 2017
Will Betsy DeVos change education as you know it? Probably not — but your state lawmakers could
The most important upcoming decisions about schools won’t be made by DeVos. They’ll happen in the state legislatures.
January 6, 2017
Seven education storylines to watch as the Colorado General Assembly gets to work
Funding. Charters. Testing. Oh my! The Colorado General Assembly is going back to work on Wednesday.
September 25, 2015
Federal officials: Ritz erred with charter school funding cuts
The state's Title I calculations for charter schools were found to violate federal law.
August 4, 2015
State board ready to roll out new state charter school grant program
The Indiana State Board of Education is expected to vote on the details of new charter school loan and grant programs on Wednesday.
July 28, 2015
Indiana charter schools miss out on funding formula boost for English learners
In the new state budget, districts where English language learners make up at least 25 percent of students can qualify for extra aid, but not if they're a charter school.
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