Assessing the Utility of State Academic Indicators for Measuring Performance in 58 California Charter Schools

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Assessing the Utility of State Academic Indicators for Measuring Performance in 58 California Charter Schools This paper summarizes the methodology and findings of an in-depth study of 58 charter schools in California and includes recommendations about the effectiveness of CCSA’s metric, the Similar Students Measure, in identifying underperforming schools.

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