The Unknown World of Charter High Schools

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Kevin Booker, Tim R. Sass, Brian Gill, & Ron Zimmer, 2010

This study uses data from Chicago and Florida charter schools. Highlights of the report include an estimation of the effects of attending a charter high school on the likelihood that a student will complete high school and attend college. Additionally, it finds that charter high schools in both locations have substantial positive effects on both high school completion and college attendance.

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