Why the epic charter charter school chain is making a fortune off of kids

Posted August 31, 2018 09:30:51Epic charter school chains are making a lot of money off of the public schools in America, and they’re turning it into a profitable business.

The new chain is headed by the CEO of Charter Schools America, a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company, which owns Disney Education.

The company has more than 4,000 schools across the country and employs more than 1,200 people.

The Walt Disney Foundation, which has a long history of backing charter schools, provided more than $1 million to Charter Schools in 2017, according to tax records.

The foundation has also given the Walt Dolan Charitable Foundation, another subsidiary of Walt Disney, about $10 million.

The foundation is also funding a new charter school called The Charter School for the Arts, which operates at a different location.

It opened last month and is currently enrolling students.

The chain also has schools in Louisiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and New Jersey, all of which are in deep economic downturns.

The chain has also opened in the Midwest, where its schools are thriving.

It was the first major charter chain to receive the Walt Foundation’s support in recent years, which comes as a result of a deal between the foundation and the Walt Company in which it gave $100 million to the nonprofit’s programs.

The nonprofit, which was founded in 2004, provides funding for charter schools to operate for the public in exchange for a donation from Walt Disney.

The Walt Foundation also provided $100,000 in funding for the New Orleans Public Schools for the arts in the city.