Charter School Achievement: What We Know

  • Print

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, April 2009

This report is a meta-analysis of 140 charter school studies, and concludes that charter schools produce more instances of larger achievement gains in both math and reading when compared to the traditional public schools. Additionally, charter school students have higher ACT scores, higher graduation rates, and a greater probability of attending college than students who attend traditional public schools.

Read more

Ask A Question

From Our Blog

New Report Finds Charter Schools Receive Significantly Lower Funding than Traditional Public Schools

The University of Arkansas releases a report finding that funding disparities between traditional public schools and public charter schools are growing...

CREDO at Stanford Releases California Statewide Charter School Study

CREDO released a new report, Charter School Performance in California, providing an in-depth examination of the results for charter schools in...