Charter School Performance in Los Angeles - CREDO

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In February, 2014, Stanford University's Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) released a report finding that the typical student in a Los Angeles charter school gains more learning in a year than his or her district school peer, amounting to about 50 more days of learning in reading and an additional 79 days of learning in math.

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