Some charters receive millions in tax dollars, yet when it comes time to unionize, they say they're private. Or if anyone asks for financial disclosures of the spending of that public money. It's called having it both ways. Why is this tolerated?
Charter school says it's private, though it gets millions in tax dollars
A Chicago charter school that has received more than $23 million in public money since opening in 2004 is arguing that it is a private institution, a move teachers say is designed to block them from…