This groundbreaking report finds that students attending ''multi-grade'' charter high schools in Chicago attain substantially higher rates of graduation and college entry than do students in traditional public high schools.
This book examines charter schools in eight states, assessing student characteristics; their effectiveness in raising student achievement, graduation, and college entry; and their competitive effects on achievement in traditional public schools.
An updated, detailed look at what is known about the effects of school choice.
Reports on an evaluation of the legislatively mandated process of evaluation of California’s nonclassroom-based (NCB) charter schools.
Presents what is known about attracting and retaining school administrators, including the factors that influence people's decisions to pursue an administrative career, and concludes that there is no national shortage of qualified people for school administrative positions.
This book is a retrospective on New American Schools (NAS) and draws together the findings from RAND research.
This study analyzes the flows of both fully qualified and underqualified teachers, into and out of California's school districts and among the schools within those districts.