The Education Exchange: Does State Takeover of School Districts Affect Student Achievement?

Lawrence, Mass., and Camden, N.J., are exceptions, a new study finds.

Photo of Beth SchuelerAn Assistant Professor of Education and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, Beth Schueler, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Schueler’s latest research, which breaks down the effectiveness of takeovers of failing school districts on students’ learning.

The report, “Evaluating Education Governance: Does State Takeover of School Districts Affect Student Achievement?,” co-written with Joshua F. Blieberg, is available now.

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