Charter High Schools: Alternative Paths to Graduation
National Charter School Research Project, November 2009
This study examines how charter high schools are able to provide students greater opportunities for graduation and found that more focused and strategic missions, which charter high schools possess, increase the likelihood of graduation. It also found that charter high schools are more likely to tailor instructional approaches and curriculum to individual student needs.
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