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Do charters really 'drain' money from public school students?

Headlines blare that charter schools are “siphoning,” “draining” or “bleeding” money from traditional public schools. But do charters really take money from district students? At first blush, the answer may seem obvious. Districts in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago, Detroit and Newark are losing...
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