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Report: D.C. public schools get about $13k more per student than charters

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The District's charter schools received about $13,000 less in funding per student in fiscal 2011 than traditional public schools, according to a reportreleased Wednesday bythe Walton Family Foundation. The foundation is a philanthropic nonprofit that supports education reform and is a donor to DC Public Schools. In 2010, the organization was one of four donors that helped fund performance-based...

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