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Here’s why Philly schools are getting $3.5 million back from a group that runs charters

Summary by Chalkbeat
The Philadelphia Board of Education approved an agreement Thursday with Aspira, a group that runs two charter schools in the city, to end a dispute centered on funding and student enrollment levels that exceeded caps.Carly Sitrin / Chalkbeat A leading community development organization that runs two charter schools will repay the Philadelphia school district more than $3.5 million, according to a settlement approved Thursday by the Board of Edu…

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