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My question relates to charter schools. These schools are not non-publics or private schools, so I am not sure if they need to be included. Some RFP's are explicit that charters be included others seem to indicate that they should not. What is their status in the Title II-B Grant? | Kalvimalar - News

My question relates to charter schools. These schools are not non-publics or private schools, so I am not sure if they need to be included. Some RFP's are explicit that charters be included others seem to indicate that they should not. What is their status in the Title II-B Grant? - 13-Aug-2007

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< face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">< face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">In NCLB, charter schools are defined as "public charter schools" earning them the same status as a public school district. They can be eligible under the same criteria as a high need school district and could apply as part of their own partnership application. Typically because of their size they would need to apply in a consortium arrangement. They are different from a non-public in terms of the requirement for non-public consultation in the partnership application process.

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