Minnesota K-12 Education Funding Analysis: A comparison of public district and public charter school revenues.

Over the five year period from 2009-10 to 2013-14, district schools in the state of Minnesota received betwee $447 and $4,919 more funding per average daily member each year than their charter peers with variation driven primarily by school location.
• Minneapolis: The Minneapolis Public School District (MPS) received $17,982 per ADM while charters in Minneapolis received $13,063, a $4,919 or 31.7 percent difference per ADM each year.
• St. Paul: St Paul Public Schools (SPPS) received $16,117 compared to $12,569 per ADM at St. Paul Charters, a $3,548 or 24.7 percent difference per ADM per year.
• Beyond the Twin Cities: Considering the rest of the state outside of Minneapolis and St. Paul, district schools received $12,102 per ADM on average, while charters received $11,148; a $954 or 8.2 percent difference per ADM per year.

Link to the report: Minnesota K-12 Education Funding Analysis- A comparison of public district and public charter school revenues