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In response to the article authored by Dr. Vladimir Kogan of Ohio State University, "Value Added vs. Similar Students' Measures: Comparing Two Methods for Holding Ohio Schools Accountable," the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) has identified significant misrepresentations and analysis errors by Dr. Kogan. CCSA has reached out to Dr. Kogan, and although he indicated that his methods are different than those created by CCSA, he continues to erroneously associate them with CCSA.From: In the News.Published November 24, 2015.Last Modified December 7, 2015.
CCSA has spent years with a broad range of external academics and consultants, researching and developing a new metric that better isolated the impact of the school while using publicly available data.From: In the News.Published December 22, 2011.Last Modified December 22, 2011.
This week our first annual Portrait of the Movement report, which details the academic performance of charter schools and provides a framework to press for higher accountability for low-performing charters. The report reveals reasons for great optimism in the areas where charter schools are excelling and for greater resolve in the areas where charter schools need to improve.From: In the News.Published February 24, 2011.Last Modified February 23, 2011.
Charter Schools Are Closing the Achievement Gap, Report Shows; Sets Performance Benchmarks for Increased Accountability
New annual report, Portrait of the Movement, rates state's charter schools' performance; details strengths and weaknesses; and sets new, higher minimum performance expectationsFrom: In the News.Published February 23, 2011.Last Modified February 23, 2011.
CCSA's first annual Portrait of the Movement report is now available. The report details charter schools' academic performance using the new Similar Students Measure (SSM) and an expanded accountability framework, both of which utilize existing state achievement data. Portrait of...From: In the News.Published February 23, 2011.Last Modified October 3, 2011.
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