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Charter School Facility Financing: Understanding Bonds

Charter School Financing: Understanding Bonds Editor’s Note: We understand that navigating charter school facility financing options can be a daunting and dizzying task for charter leaders. For this CHARTER EDtalk, we wanted to help break down some details around bond funding for charter school facilities. We were honored to be joined by John “Tiny” McLaughlin, Sr….

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Charter School Financing: Myths vs. Facts

Charter School Financing: Myths vs. Facts From funding your growth, managing deferrals, to investment in facilities, get ahead of the game knowing these five charter school financing myths & facts! MYTH: Charter schools should use their reserves to finance growth instead of looking for outside financing options. FACT: Using outside financing to facilitate growth can…

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School Choice Makes Traditional Public Schools Better

Editor’s Note: With the anniversary of our nation’s independence next week, I thought that addressing the idea of freedom, and more specifically freedom of choice in education was a timely topic. We understand the flexibility in the educational curriculum that public charter schools offer needs to be balanced with accountability. But there has been much…

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Budget Best Practices for Charter Schools

Did you miss our live session at the National Charter Schools Conference; Budget Best Practices for Charter Schools? Not to worry! We wanted to make sure to share the highlights from this session right here on the Charter School Capital blog. We were honored to have two charter school finance experts whose depth of experience…

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CHARTER EDtalk: Charter School Budget Best Practices

CHARTER EDtalk: Charter School Budget Best Practices Check out this CHARTER EDtalk for tips and tricks on charter school budget best practices! Janet Johnson sits down with Matt Percin, both from Charter School Capital, to learn about the importance of being flexible and adaptable as a startup school and the increased budget-planning power you have as…

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