Increasing Charter School Accountability Through Interventions and Closures

by Joey Gustafson, Eric Keller, Robert E. LaVallee, and Nichole H. Stewart, with help from Nina Salomon and William Schmid, National Resource Center on Charter School Finance and Governance, February 2010

This guide can help charter school operators learn about the laws, policies, and programs that states use to establish consequences for financial mismanage�ment in charter schools. It explores how states define the financial conditions for intervention and describes the approaches to corrective actions for deficient charter schools and the procedures for closing charter schools.

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