Study: California charter scores no better than regular schools scores

09/16/2004 | San Francisco Chronicle

According to a San Francisco Chronicle analysis of 4.7 million test scores from 2003 and 2004, regular school children scored slightly better than charter students on the California Standards Tests, although charter students made slightly faster gains. State Superintendent Jack O'Connell viewed the faster rate of charter improvement as evidence of the promise charters hold for solving chronic problems in education.

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