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IBJ: Management Companies 'Will Be Upside Down' In Takeover Schools

Charter Schools USA’s president says his company is making a “20-year investment in Indianapolis.” But the IBJ reports the company is likely to lose money up-front.

“Right now, just 62 percent the students at the four “turnaround” schools have chosen to remain at those schools for another year or else made no choice, which means they will be re-enrolled next school year. That raises the possibility that the schools might have to deal with less funding than IPS had in previous years.”

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