Report: KIPP raises scores, but loses more students in Bay Area

A three-year examination has found five San Francisco-area KIPP middle schools have greatly improved fifth- and sixth-grade students' test scores and have not selectively admitted top students, according to a new report. But lower-performing students often leave the charter schools, with some 60% of students entering in fifth grade leaving before the end of their eighth-grade year.

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