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Report: For-profit run charter schools perform worse than nonprofits

Jun 19, 2017 by

The study was done by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes at Stanford University.

Students attending charter schools run by for-profit organizations perform worse academically than their peers attending charters run by nonprofits, according to a study by one of the leading researchers on charter school performance.

The findings could have particular implications in Michigan, given the state has the largest percentage of charter schools run by for-profit companies in the nation.

The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University released a report last week that looks at charter school performance based on how the school is managed and how much improvement on standardized exams students are making.

Source: Report: For-profit run charter schools perform worse than nonprofits

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