The School for Arts-Infused Learning, an Evans charter school, sought $13 million in bonds, not to avoid bankruptcy, but to reduce the amount of loan interest it was paying.

“It’s very difficult to jumpstart a charter school,” said Gene Dunn, executive director of SAIL. “The board at the time did not have a lot of finance options, and so the only loan that they were able to secure was basicall...

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