A TALE OF TWO PUBLIC SCHOOLS : INEQUITABLE FUNDING FOR CHARTERS HARMS THE KIDS

By: Mary Jo McKinley

Charter schools are closing the achievement gap among New Jersey’s poor urban schoolchildren, yet they continue to be treated as second-class citizens when it comes to receiving state education funding at levels enjoyed by other elementary and secondary schools.

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