Number three: NOT exactly right. North Carolina charter schools do not receive construction bond money or funds from the North Carolina Education Lottery as traditional public schools do. Monies are also not allocated for transportation (unless a public transportation program has been implemented), as well as additional funding for meals (unless a meal program has been implemented). I believe that adds up to fewer taxpayer dollars, so I would guess that means you did NOT get it EXACTLY right. Just saying ... :-)
If you will examine my point five, I agreed that they should be held accountable for disclosure.
Sorry about not just leaving the debate to only those who define themselves as intelligent enough, but I just failed to perceive that to be the case after you posted "step 5" after your "step 6" in your original reply. Maybe it's the new math, but I always thought it was the other way around.
Oh, my bad on the green "headed" monster thing (looks like the yolk was on me that time), but that doesn't give you the right to just call me "DUMBTee". It upset me so much, I almost fell off my wall (yea, I know I should be a little more hard boiled), which would have resulted in a great fall, and if that happened I'm not sure if I'd ever be able to pull myself together again.
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