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April 26, 2011 at 7:36 PM Leave a comment

The Nonprofit Quarterly‘s Rick Cohen offers this: How to be a charter school that pays no rent in New York City. The key seems to be, make sure you’re part of a national charter school chain.

As an independent charter school – unaffiliated with one of the charter “chains” – Growing Up Green has had a much harder time finding free space than its chain counterparts. In New York City, 67 percent of chain charters receive free space in public school buildings, compared with 51 percent of independent schools, according to the New York Times.

More at the link.


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