This should be no surprise — public schools wouldn’t be very happy to see charter schools get a slice of lottery money:

Don Martin, the superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, said he believes that charter schools, which do get public money for noncapital expenses, already get too much financial support from the government.

“The way it is done now, they get a very unfair amount of funds,” Martin said, adding that charter schools are not required to provide some of the same services as traditional public schools.