Facilities expenses eat up charter schools' budgets

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Nanea Kalani

When the state rewarded Hawaii island charter school Na Wai Ola with a $95,000 check last fall for ranking as one of the state's top-performing public schools, Principal Daniel Caluya's first thoughts gravitated toward desperately needed improvements in the aging buildings the school leases.

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