Venturesome Capital- State Charter School Finance Systems

Jane hannaway urban institute bryan hassel public

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Unformatted text preview: nnaway, Urban Institute; Bryan Hassel, Public Impact; Joe Nathan, Center for School Change, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota; and Eric Premack, Institute for Education Reform, California State University served as peer reviewers, providing extensive and helpful feedback. We also value the insightful ideas of the study’s advisory board. Members include: Bill Reimer, associate superintendent for finance, Douglas County, Colo.; Peg Goertz, University of Pennsylvania and co-director, CPRE; Judy Richardson, Peacock, Hislop, Staley & Given, Inc., Phoenix; Richard Farias, president, Tejano Center for Community Concerns, Houston; James N. Goenner, director, Charter Schools Office, Central Michigan University; Kenneth J. Meier, Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University; Cecelia Rouse; Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University. While appreciating the contributions of all of the reviewers, the authors accept full responsibility for the content of the report. ii Table of Contents Table of Contents Executive Summary ............................................................................................................ 1 Chapter 1 Introduction ....................................................................................................... 7 Chapter 2 Research on Charter School Finance ............................................................ 11 Financial Data Analysis .............................................................................................................................. 11 Analysis of Finance Policy ......................................................................................................................... 15 Research with Collateral Information on Charter School Financing .......................................................... 16 Charter Schools and Federal Funding......................................................................................................... 19 Chapter 3 Methodology..................................................................................................... 21 Terminology ............................................................................................................................................... 21 Hypothetical Charter Schools ..................................................................................................................... 22 Components of Revenue............................................................................................................................. 23 Federal Funding .......................................................................................................................................... 25 Revenues and Expenditures Excluded from State Profiles ......................................................................... 26 Chapter 4 Overview of Charter School Funding............................................................ 29 Charter School Funding Structure ......
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