The Education Exchange: Charter School Students Learn More than Traditional Public School Students, a New Study Finds

Existing charter schools are getting better over time, though online-only schools lag

Photo of Macke RaymondA Distinguished Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution and director of the Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University, Macke Raymond, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss CREDO’s latest study, which examines the academic progress of students enrolled in charter schools compared with the progress of students enrolled in traditional public schools.

As a Matter of Fact: The National Charter School Study III,” is available now.

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