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The . Department of Education's 1997 First Year Report, part of a four-year national study on charters, was based on interviews of 225 charter schools in 10 states. The report found charters tended to be small (fewer than 200 students) and represented primarily new schools, though some schools had converted to charter status. Charter schools often tended to exist in urban locations, rather than rural. This study also found enormous variation among states. Charter schools tended to be somewhat more racially diverse, and to enroll slightly fewer students with special needs or limited English proficiency than the average schools in their state. 
The Indiana State Teachers Association, for example, funded a lawsuit by three teachers who were targeted by a student’s website entitled “tyme-2-dye,” which identified the teachers as “satan worshipping demons.” The student and his mother settled by paying the teachers $5,000.
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