This school year, it’s costing the Pennridge School District more than $600,000 to pay for the 70 students living in its borders who attend charter schools.
Next year, that cost will top $900,000.
“We’re spending money for programs we have no control over,” said Superintendent Robert Kish.
Control is just one grievance officials in school districts have with charter schools. Words like accountability and funding inequity quickly follow suit. . . .