Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Milwaukee study on school choice

Another new report out of the Univ. of Arkansas, has found little difference between charters and neighborhood schools when it comes to measurable learning outcomes.
Using regression models that produce the most precise estimates of 2007 achievement, our comparisons of students in our sample of independent Milwaukee charters to matched MPS students exhibit few significant effects of attending a charter school on achievement growth in either math or reading.
OK, how many ore of these do we really need. 

1 comment:

  1. Why aren't Duncan and Obama looking at or responding to any of this research? Do they not want to be confused by the facts?


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