As many of us know there are many irrelevant arguments in such a case. Here are few from this case:
- We didn't approve the school.
- The school is taking money away from "our students."
Second, the students are not being educated by the district so it's money for the students that are being educated by the charter school. The charter school hasn't taken a dime away from the district. The district is getting the money to educate the students that are at district schools.
There is another interesting point here that's missing. The district claims that it is doing a good job, but obviously there are families who don't thinks so. Has the district bothered to try to find out why?