Do Charter Schools Improve Student Achievement? Evidence from a National Randomized Study

Do Charter Schools Improve Student Achievement? Evidence from a National Randomized Study

Working Paper 3
Published: Dec 30, 2011
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
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Charter Schools: Are They Effective?

Time frame: 2003-2010

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U.S. Department of Education

Authors

Melissa A. Clark

Christina Clark Tuttle

Marsha K. Silverberg

This paper looks at findings from the first national randomized study of the impacts of charter schools on student achievement.

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