Charter Schools Indicators 2009

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University of Southern California Center on Educational Governance, 2008

The 2009 edition of this annual report finds that charter schools are increasingly more stable financially. Additionally, data fluctuations from year to year are more pronounced for charter schools, because they are smaller in size and number than non-charters. The analysis also includes ratings on school performance in four areas: financial resources & investment, school quality, student performance, and academic productivity.

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