Group seeks equal funding for charter and public schools in Arizona

A lawsuit has been filed in an Arizona court that would give charter schools and public schools the same amount of state funding. The charter-school advocacy group that filed the suit says charter schools receive about $1,000 less per student in state funding than public schools and receive no building or transportation funds. A second lawsuit, also filed by the group, alleges that state funds are not equally distributed within districts.

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