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PPFF

State Policy Analysis: Per-Pupil Facility Funding

July 9, 2020
Momentum Strategy and Research

In State Policy Analysis: Per Pupil Facility Funding, the Facility Center analyzes the 18 states with per pupil facilities funding, looking at the statutes, operations, and funding for these programs.

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OVERVIEW OF STATE FACILITY POLICIES AND OTHER FACILITY STRATEGIES

OVERVIEW OF STATE FACILITY POLICIES AND OTHER FACILITY STRATEGIES

June 25, 2020
Charter School Facility Center

This brief from the Charter School Facility Center highlights some of the most promising practices identified around the country and provides local leaders with a framework for analyzing and prioritizing their local ecosystem of charter school facility policy, finance, and real estate solutions t

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CSFC

Land Trusts and Real Estate Trusts

March 24, 2020
The concept of land trusts and real estate trusts has been used by cities for centuries for health care, affordable housing, open space, and higher education. The K-12 education community can learn from other social sectors about how to plan, identify, finance, and preserve options for buildings.
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LISC Resources

March 13, 2020
LISC provides several resources to help in the facility development process.
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National Charter School Resource Center 

March 13, 2020
The Department of Education's National Charter School Resource Center has a variety of resources available to support charter schools, including a section entirely devoted to facilities.
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USDA Financing of Rural Charter Schools

January 23, 2020
Jim Griffin

What federal agency has funded more charter schools facilities than any other agency? The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides key financing to develop essential community facilities in rural communities.

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Charter School Facility Center Advisory Board

Impact Investing

December 16, 2019

Historically, the government provided all the funding for public schools. There might have been some small charitable gifts, but this was largely the government's responsibility. Even for capital construction of school buildings, the municipal bond market works very efficiently.