The third installment of our study examines the academic progress of students enrolled in charter schools compared with those enrolled in traditional public schools (TPS).
Report Type: Charter Study
This analysis serves as a benchmark for charter school performance as COVID-19 recovery begins.
Charter schools in California, New York, and Washington state show standing capacity to adapt. New research on charter schools’ reveals a larger story of how education policy at large can contribute in positive ways to strengthening outcomes for public school students. Downloads
New York State charter schools adjusted rapidly to remote learning Download Full Report Press Release
Washington’s charter schools a plus for English language learners but neutral on average for most students.
Charter school students on average fall behind peers in math 1. The typical charter school student in South Carolina experienced similar learning gains in reading and weaker growth in math compared to their traditional school peers. The disadvantage in math for charter students is as if the students obtained 53 fewer days of learning in […]
Charter schools on average improve to the level of traditional public schools Full Report
Online charters serve students poorly compared to other schools
Idaho charter school successes particularly notable in rural areas
Charter school performance rated before and after HB 2 legislation