Charters raising less
I was drawn to an 11:30 a.m. post by Philissa Cramer at GothamSchools, revealing that someone in New York associated with a GothamSchools funder has calculated how much charter schools in New York are raising beyond the money they get from the school district. Apparently the private money has declined because of the recession.
I wish we had that kind of data in D.C. It would lead to many interesting discussions of how much the charters need to keep quality up, and whether or not regular schools could do the same.
| January 15, 2010; 5:33 PM ET
Categories: Jay on the Web | Tags: GothamSchools blog, New York charter schools, Philissa Cramer; private funds
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