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Reasons for Closings

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More than two-thirds of the 86 charter school closures have resulted either from mismanagement or from involuntary financial problems, such as low enrollment. Other charter schools closed because they could not obtain a suitable facility or failed to meet academic goals.

NOTE: Percentages do not add to 100 because of rounding.
SOURCE: Center for Education Reform

Vol. 20, Issue 24, Page 15

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