Examining Charter Student Achievement Effects Across Seven States
AbstractPrevious charter school research has shown mixed results for student achievement, which could be the consequence of different policy environments or methodological approaches with differing assumptions across studies. This analysis discusses these approaches and assumptions and estimates effects using a consistent methodology across seven locations.
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School Choice; Charter Schools; Student Achievement;
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