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Charter School Locations Across The U.S. And Their Influence On Public School District Revenues, Peter A. Jones
Theses and Dissertations--Public Policy and Administration
Since Minnesota passed the first charter school law in 1991, charter schools have become one of the most prominent school reforms in the U.S. While charter schools educate a small portion of public school enrollments, their existence has prompted various responses from traditional public school districts. For example, districts may change expenditure patterns or work to increase test scores in an effort to retain enrollments. In this sense, a charter school’s most significant impact on public school students may work indirectly through the traditional public school reactions they invoke.
This dissertation explores education finance implications for charter schools ...