Michigan charters behind but gaining on public schools

10/22/2004 | Detroit News, The

Although Michigan charter high schools still lag far behind other public high schools in scores on state tests, their rate of improvement is outpacing the state average. Charter teachers say their schools' small size gives them the flexibility to tailor instruction to students' needs.

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