Report: Connecticut's charter students post higher gains on state test

04/7/2005 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

According to a six-state study due today by Western Michigan University, charter school students in Connecticut made greater improvement on the Connecticut Mastery Test than peers in public schools, due, in part, to the charter system's strong oversight by state officials. The study found charter schools' results were also generally positive in Delaware, mixed in Illinois, Pennsylvania and Ohio, and negative in Michigan.

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