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The Educational and Behavioral Impacts of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Charter School


  • Matthew Johnson
  • Cleo Jacobs Johnson
  • Scott Richman
  • Alicia Demers
  • Claudia Gentile
  • Eric Lindquist


The Kauffman School is a public charter school that serves students from low-income neighborhoods in Kansas City, Missouri. This report evaluates the effectiveness of the school at improving student achievement, attendance, and suspension outcomes during its first three years of operation.

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  • Matthew Johnson & Cleo Jacobs Johnson & Scott Richman & Alicia Demers & Claudia Gentile & Eric Lindquist, 2016. "The Educational and Behavioral Impacts of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Charter School," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 5abf9423fcb14848b4912250c, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:5abf9423fcb14848b4912250cf1336ae

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    1. Matthew P. Steinberg & Johanna Lacoe, "undated". "What Do We Know About School Discipline Reform?," Mathematica Policy Research Reports bb8f344e86e04bbf83582db66, Mathematica Policy Research.

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