Research shows that, on average, students at charter schools in Louisiana make larger learning gains than traditional public school students, especially African-American students in poverty, students who have been held back a grade, and students in special education programs. Charter Asset Management (CAM) has supported these results by attending the Louisiana Charter School Conference and providing charter school capital to Louisiana since 2015.
CAM’s funding program for charter schools in Louisiana is based on but not limited to your school’s following revenue sources:
- Minimum Foundation Program (MFP)
- Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title 1 (Part A)