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In response, Brown said that charter schools are more efficient because of how they operate.

“Local government has not been effective in governing local schools,” Brown said. “Charter schools were created to avoid that, to be autonomous.”

For Fiscal Year 2016, the City of Boston received $215 million, which was then divided between public schools and public charter schools, Jackson said.

Currently $175 million of the $215 million goes towards funding charter schools and the rest goes to Boston Public Schools.

Still, Brown argued that the debate is not about funding one type of school or the other, but about giving students the option to receive the best education possible.

“I’m interested in the subject of charter schools and I have not made up my mind on this particular ballot initiative,” said Back Bay resident Donald Mattes.

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