NAEP: Charter students trail others in math, hold their own in reading

12/16/2004 | Education Week

According to a National Assessment of Educational Progress study, fourth-graders in charter schools scored significantly lower than other public school students in math and about the same in reading, although charter students' reading scores were significantly lower when special-education students were excluded.

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