Newark Students, Including Special Needs and English Learners, Are Less Likely to Transfer Out of Charters than District Schools, Study Finds

THE 74 MILLION – Students who land in charter schools are less likely to leave—including English learners and students with disabilities. In a new study released by the Wheelock Educational Policy Center, researchers use data from Newark, New Jersey to represent the clearest evidence to date contradicting the common claim that charter schools systematically push out hard-to-serve students.

Policy Brief

Charter Schooling Effect On Student Mobility Policy Brief

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Charter Schooling Effect On Student Mobility