This annual report, in its ninth edition, found that, despite repeated requests, several large, publicly funded Education Management Organizations (EMOs) failed to provide information about their schools or finances when queried by researchers. The data collected in the report suggest that the number of charter schools overall has increased and the number of EMO-run charter schools has stabilized or declined slightly. The number of students enrolled in charter schools has shown a slight decrease. The report is the most comprehensive resource on the for-profit education management industry.
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Molnar, A., Garcia, D. R., Miron, G., & Berry, S. (2007). Profiles of For-Profit Education Management Organizations: 2006-2007. Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. Retrieved [date] from https://scholar.colorado.edu/nepc/471
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