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May 03, 2012

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Angela D

The report seems flawed.

The KIPP network has just issued a statement showing how the spending gap between charters/districts doesn't exist when you do a true 'apples to apples' comparison: http://www.kipp.org/news/kipp-statement-nepc-report-by-bruce-d-baker-on-spending-by-the-major-charter-management-organizations

I am more interested on knowing what are the characteristics of public schools - public or charter - that are working best for kids.

Zoe

KIPP has issued a statement which points out that this is not an apples-to-apples comparison between charters and district schools. The statement is worth reading, check it out here: http://www.kipp.org/news/kipp-statement-nepc-report-by-bruce-d-baker-on-spending-by-the-major-charter-management-organizations

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