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. A magnet school is a type of free public school that is known for special programs and for following high academic standards.

DOE - we're spending more $ on this.

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Charter schools offer an option for sending students to a school that’s a better fit, without the cost of private school or having to move. . Success spending over $13M!.

Private schools: No.

. In most cases, they must admit all students who live within the borders of their district. .

The primary question, however, is whether charter schools inadvertently support segregation. The primary question, however, is whether charter schools inadvertently support segregation.

In most cases, they must admit all students who live within the borders of their district.

Charter schools.

Charter schools and magnet schools are two relatively new kinds of public schools. The primary question, however, is whether charter schools inadvertently support segregation.

S. Charter schools: Yes.

A charter school is different than a private school: Charter schools are public schools that are independent from their local school districts.
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They are funded primarily with tax dollars. . DOE - we're spending more $ on this.

All. . . It compa. Public schools: No. Charter schools: Maybe.

They receive public money based on enrollment figures.

Charter schools offer an option for sending students to a school that’s a better fit, without the cost of private school or having to move. .

Public schools get their funding from the federal government as well as state and local governments, awards, and donations.

Charter schools and magnet schools are two relatively new kinds of public schools.

Public schools.

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