New report shows many Arizona charter schools in the red

A new report by the Grand Canyon Institute shows that Arizona charter schools are holding $2.56 billion in debt with $1.4 billion in assets. The report shows that 33 charter sites are losing at least $1,000 per student. The report says that financial failure in inevitable for charters in the bad financial position. We’ll hear from Dave Wells, research director for the Grand Canyon Institute.

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