The University of Arkansas recently analyzed public school revenue in 14 cities with high concentrations of charter schools for the 2015-2016 school year. The research found that charter schools nationwide receive nearly $6,000 less per student than traditional public schools. Public charter school students in these cities received 27 percent less in revenues than their traditional public school peers. To see how Pennsylvania’s charter schools compare, check out PCPCS’ publication “Pennsylvania Charter Schools: Doing More With Less”:…/uploads/2018/08/more-with-less-2.pdf