New Hampshire Alliance for Public Charter Schools


Report: NH Charter Schools struggle to afford facility space

March 16, 2018 9:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

IN THE SPRING OF 2017, THE NATIONAL CHARTER SCHOOL RESOURCE CENTER(NCSRC), the Colorado League of Charter Schools (the League), the New Hampshire Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NHAPCS) and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (the Alliance) collaborated to collect data and information about charter school facilities and facilities expenditures in the state of New Hampshire. The data collection in New Hampshire was supported by the Charter School Facilities Initiative (CSFI), which is a national project developed by the League to research charter school facilities and facilities expenditures across the country. Click here to download the full report

Key findings include:

1. New Hampshire charter schools spend operating dollars on facilities and this spending varies across different ownership situations.

Charter schools that rented from for-profit organizations (63 percent or 15/24) paid an average of $987 per pupil, or 15.0 percent of state per pupil funding.

Charter schools that rented from non-profit organizations (17 percent or 4/24) paid an

average of $619 per pupil, or 9.7 percent of state per pupil funding.

Charter schools located in district facilities (17 percent or 4/24) paid an average of $383 per

pupil, or 5.7 percent of state per pupil funding. 

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