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  1. Even if merit pay was based on solid evidence, there would be a great temptation for administrators to manipulate programs and resources to help “favorites.” Charters use public money for private profit. Since they are smaller in number than the regular public schools, they get away with restricted admissions.

    • Restricted admissions and no public oversight are just two reasons to not support charter schools. When states try to find out how the public funds are managed, they end up in court and lose.