In 2003, the New York City Department of Education opened district facilities up to charter schools for the first time ever. While a majority of New York charter schools are currently co-located with district schools in public facilities, many charters have to divert operating dollars to pay for private facilities. In 2014, state law changed how New York City charter schools are provided with facilities, including a new opportunity for rental assistance.
|GUIDE TO NEW PROVISIONS IN STATE LAW AFFECTING NEW YORK CITY CHARTER SCHOOLS||178.63 KB|
|Co-Location and the Facilities Access Process||38.03 KB|