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Districts making a statement on losing money to charter schools

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opednews.com Headlined to H3 12/28/15

 

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SO, YOU THINK CHARTER SCHOOL OFFER CHOICE for the public money it gets? "Following a growing trend statewide, Claymont City Schools has billed the Ohio Department of Education for the $2.6 million the district says it has lost to charter schools since 2002.Claymont City Schools demanded that the state of Ohio refund $2.6 million that was subtracted from its budget to pay for charter schools and online schools. When a city leaves the district for a charter school, her funding goes with her (including local funding), but the district still has to pay for staff, maintenance, and services. Other districts have sent a bill to the state for reimbursement of the losses that the state is encouraging".

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