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School Options Boarding Schools Equitable Services for Private Schools Nonpublic & Home Schools Charter Public Schools Schools of Choice Seat Time Waivers Student Government Programs Food & Nutrition Programs Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Community Eligibility Provisions (CEP)Who are the majority of charter school students?
Most charter students are minorities and/or from low-income households. A quarter century ago, the fear was that charters would “cream” more affluent children in the public-school systems.Who is the Governor of the state of Michigan?
Governor John Engler signs the charter schools legislation into law. That fall, Michigan’s first nine charter schools open their doors. The Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA) is formed, giving the state’s charter schools a united voice.What's the minimum grant for a charter school?
This school year, traditional districts are guaranteed at least $8,111 per student compared to $7,871 for charter schools. This is the first time the state has set a lower minimum foundation grant for charters compared to traditional districts.