Report Type: Report

NY charter schools: Remote instruction during the COVID crisis (spring 2020)

New York State charter schools adjusted rapidly to remote learning The survey findings highlighted the charter schools’ unique ability to embrace their responsibility for flexibility and quickly adapt their practices to meet their students’ needs. About half revised their initial remote learning plans as they moved beyond stopgap measures. With the encouragement of the state’s […]

Estimates of learning loss in 2019-20 school year

Students lost a year of learning due to ‘COVID slide’ For the vast majority of students whose schools went into lockdown due to the pandemic, remote education led to very significant declines in achievement in reading and math. Recovery could take years. The 19 states in the study show sharp differences in the effects of […]

Charter school performance in Maryland

Black and Hispanic students achieve more in charter schools that in traditional public schools On average, Maryland charter school students experienced stronger learning gains in both reading and math compared to traditional public school students. A study over four school years, ending in 2016-17, revealed that urban charter students did better in reading and similarly […]

CREDO at Stanford University Releases Evaluation on Charter Restart Model

02/20/2018 Contact:Meg Cotter Mazzola(202) STANFORD, Calif. – Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO), released today a comprehensive online report titled An Evaluation of the i3 Validation Grant: Scaling the New Orleans Charter Restart Model. The evaluation studied the experience and effectiveness of a unique approach to improving low-performing public schools in both […]