Face the State has an article about charter schools in Aurora getting less than a fair share of proposed mill levy and bond funds.
Superintendent of Aurora Public Schools, John Barry's, comments about charter school capital needs "not making the cut" and the lack of participation by charter school leaders in the process is interesting. The six charter schools in Aurora sent a letter to the district at the end of July citing they'd been told last winter, by the district, to just wait until the district got more information to them on the process. As the time ticked by, the charter schools decided they couldn't wait any longer and started asking questions. The charter schools, in their letter, stated they believed they were excluded from the process.
I'm sure we'll continue to hear more from Aurora and the district's charter schools.