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Non-Instrumentality Charters

A charter school is a tuition free public school created on the basis of a contract or “charter” between the school and a local school board or other authorizer. A charter school has more freedom than a traditional public school in return for a commitment to meet higher standards of accountability (NACSA, 2006).

 MPS non-instrumentality charter (NIC) schools:

  • Hire their own staff who are not MPS employees
  • May implement a Title IA targeted assistance model if the school's poverty rate is at least 35%
  • May implement a Title IA schoolwide model if the school's poverty rate is at least 40% and if their application is approved by the WI Department of Public Instruction
  • Are reimbursed for their Title I services by Milwaukee Public School District
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Non-Instrumentality Charter Resources

FY15 NIC Title I Allocations

2014-15 Non‐Instrumentality Charter Schools Estimated Title IA Allocations

FY16 NIC Title I Allocations

2015-16 Non‐Instrumentality Charter Schools Estimated Title IA Allocations

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