The New York Times reports that a new U.S. Department of Education study finds students from charter schools are less likely to meet state assessment standards than those who attend traditional public schools. Even when the results are adjusted for race and socioeconomic status, charter schools still don't measure up to mainstream schools. The study was criticized by the Charter School Leadership Council for failing to measure the impact charter schools have in raising overall student achievement. (Note: This site requires registration.)...
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