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National Charter School Research Project, September 2008

This report, which focuses on charter school leadership, finds that what matters most to charter school leaders is the school's mission. Additionally, there are many areas of struggle: facilities issues, personnel and finances, lack of sufficient time for strategic planning, lack of leadership confidence.

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