Asheville Citizen-Times reports:
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A judge ordered Asheville City Schools to pay nearly $791,900 to three charter schools that sued, saying they were underfunded by the city system.
Superior Court Judge Phillip Ginn also censured the city system for trying to retroactively move money into restricted funds for prior budget years, saying the move appeared to be “a thinly veiled attempt to avoid the jurisdiction of this court and stated law.” ...
The ruling comes in a lawsuit that was filed in October 2010 over funding for Francine Delany New School for Children, Evergreen Community Charter School and ArtSpace Charter School. The three schools maintained they were underfunded for several years by the city system. ...
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