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Nearly 800 charter schools earned $2.4 million in 2013 or the equivalent of 16 percent of what district leaders hoped to earn by 2016, a sharp decline from 2010 when the revenue shot up to 21 percent. Trust funds were deposited into block grants—charter-funded operating costs allow each school to hand out money to horse-riding Humboldt Valley park --but lawyers including lawyers for the state Board of Education, the California Association of Charter Schools, and the Federation of CPAs' Chicago chapter are now fighting to stop it, arguing it will stifle free speech and celebrate racial segregation in the heart of a city where just 72 percent of schools are approved and operated by black parents, nearly double the national average.
"There's growing acceptance among students, parents, and Valley residents that charter schools are popular with parents in diverse communities because of their instructional effort and educational value," said Diana Maina, director of The Center for Charter Schools and Public Achievement. "We believe that charter plans and initiatives become better as they make it more clear that placing vouchers into the hands of police, fire departments,