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Charters should lose the $ for students expelled, at least a pro-rated share. They would argue the seat is not easily filled, but that money is intended to educate that child. The new school has enough problems serving that child. It should at least get a cut of that allocation. if there was a real cost involved, the charters would exercise the expulsion option as judiciously as possible.

by anon_1 on Feb 12, 2013 5:36 pm • linkreport

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