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Recently, ISDs have begun to ask voters for what is known as a regional enhancement millage. All voters in an ISD are asked to approve the millage. Like the other local millages, if a majority of voters approve the millage, all residents of the ISD are taxed based on the value of their property. The funds go to the ISD where they are aggregated and then distributed on a per pupil basis to only the traditional school districts. Charter schools are by and large prohibited by law from receiving any of this revenue and must pay for all of their needs out of their per pupil foundation allowance (or a small portion of federal funds if they qualify). These millages in some ISDs amount to nearly $400/pupil additional revenue that charter school students are not eligible to receive. Please support SB 574 that would allow charter school students to receive this funding when any future regional enhancement millages are passed. Charter school students should not be worth less money simply because of the type of public school they choose to attend.
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