City ups charter aid: Loan program to help schools land financing for facilities

Indianapolis leaders are lending a helping hand-and the city's strong credit rating-to charter school operators intent on building a different kind of educational environment, often from scratch. Charters receive tuition support payments from the state, but unlike other public schools, they do not get any tax revenue for their buildings. "The facility issue is a big issue," said Mayor Bart Peterson, the only municipal leader in the country with the power to grant charters. "If we are committed to seeing...

 

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