Owing to the economic downturn in the U.S., Washington, D.C., charter schools may start to have trouble finding credit and nonprofit funding to expand or launch new campuses, and a similar pattern may be seen nationally, per this article. "There are a lot of ways we can mitigate this, but it's just more complicated and expensive," said Allison Fansler, KIPP DC's president and chief operating officer.

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