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Oklahoma charter school lawsuit aims to increase revenues


November 5, 2017

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma Public Charter School Association's lawsuit against the state aims to accomplish what legislation recently did in Colorado and Florida — increase charter schools' access to public dollars.

At issue in the lawsuit is a share of traditional public schools' revenues from Oklahoma's gross production, motor vehicle and rural electrification association tax collections; state school land earnings; and county tax collections.

The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools says its nonprofit advocacy organization has worked with the Oklahoma charter school gro...

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