Exterior of the Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School when it was still under construction in 2015. Charter schools get state funding for capital projects but generally don’t get access to local tax revenue sources.
Exterior of the Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School when it was still under construction in 2015. Charter schools get state funding for capital projects but generally don’t get access to local tax revenue sources. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Exterior of the Downtown Doral Charter Elementary School when it was still under construction in 2015. Charter schools get state funding for capital projects but generally don’t get access to local tax revenue sources. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Charter vs. public schools: Will state fund construction or is local tax hike coming?

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