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Charter Schools: An Introduction and Discussion for the Case of Kansas and Surrounding States


  • Florence Neymotin


This report discusses various issues associated with economic research related to charter schools, with a general application to Kansas and surrounding states.

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  • Florence Neymotin, 2011. "Charter Schools: An Introduction and Discussion for the Case of Kansas and Surrounding States," Technical Reports 110624, Brandmeyer Center for Applied Economics, School of Business, University of Kansas.
  • Handle: RePEc:bks:tchrpt:110624

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