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Money and public schools

Tara1980, I find your post interesting. To start the reason they would turn someone away is if they didn't have a slot for them. If they have 50 slots and 60 kids applying then 10 of the students will not be able to go.

The Public schools receives more money per student that the Charter School does. The base money is the same, but the public school still gets the transportation and the free lunch money (if the child qualifies for it) even with the child not even going to the public school.

I have look around and see the condition the public schools are in and the BOE always asking for more money. There is to much waste in the public school system. If RBA can make money (what everyone is saying) then why can't the public school do the same.

Maybe, that would be a good store for WWAY to go after.


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