- The number of states in which for-profit EMOs operated was 33 in 2010-2011;
- In 2010-2011, 35% of all public charter schools in the U.S. were operated by private EMOs, and these schools accounted for almost 42% of all students enrolled in charter schools;
- Since the 1995-1996 school year, the number of for-profit EMOs has increased from 5 to 99, and the number of schools operating has increased from 6 to 758. It is estimated that enrollment has grown from approximately 1,000 students in 1995-1996 to 394,096 in 2010-2011;
- Large-sized for-profit EMOs account for 74.8% of all students enrolled in EMO managed schools, which has increased from 73.7% in 2009-2010. Medium for profit EMOs account for 13.5% and small for-profits only account for 11.8% of the total enrollment.
- Large-sized EMOs tend to have a larger average enrollment (588) than medium-size EMOs (439) and small-sized EMOs (461). The average enrollments for for-profit schools are much larger than nonprofit-managed schools' enrollments.
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