Maryland state board tweaks charter funding formula

05/25/2005 | Washington Post, The

Yesterday, the Maryland State Board of Education moved to clarify the state's vague rules about charter school funding by permitting schools to generally subtract federal Title 1 funds when determining the amount of money they must pass to charter schools. According to Assistant Attorney General Valerie V. Cloutier, schools are having problems ensuring charters receive funding "commensurate" with that spent in traditional public schools, because they can't easily calculate their per-pupil spending.

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