Legislative Analyst’s Office: Recent K-12 Education Publications, Handouts and Budget Recommendations
Reject Governor’s proposal to eliminate the nonclassroom-based charter school funding determination process. Doing so would remove important fiscal oversight—potentially resulting in nonclassroom-based charter schools reducing spending on instruction-related activities. Moreover, it would increase state costs by $20 million–providing more funding for certain schools without a clear rationale.
via Charter schools.