Unformatted text preview: charter schools, and 14 systems leave charter schools with less funding per
pupil for capital than found in school districts.
Placing a dollar value on how much funding charter schools receive compared to school
districts is a difficult task without detailed revenue allocation figures for school districts
and charter schools. The state profiles in the appendix contain more precise estimates. 88 Comparability of Charter School and School District Funding Future reports of the National Charter School Finance Study will contain comprehensive
revenue and expenditure data that will make it easier to assess comparability issues. 89 References References
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