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Studies and Papers on Education Reform

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A study of student characteristics, school finance, and school performance in schools operated by K12 Inc.

CHARTER SCHOOL PERFORMANCE IN PENNSYLVANIA

Charter School Study Shows No Significant Overall Impacts on Achievement: Mathematica’s Evaluation Finds Wide Variation in Achievement Impacts Across Schools

Chicago’s Democratically-Led Elementary Schools Far Out-Perform

Chicago’s “Turnaround Schools”

CREDO’s Study of Charter Schools in NJ Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Democracy Left Behind: How recent education reforms undermine local school governance and democratic education

Does Teacher Preparation Matter?

Evidence about Teacher Certification, Teach for America, and Teacher Effectiveness

Gates Foundation report on teacher evaluations seriously flawed, leading economist finds

How teacher turnover harms student achievement

Instructional Conditions in Charter Schools and Students’ Mathematics

Achievement Gains

Is choice a panacea? An analysis of black secondary student attrition from KIPP. Other privately operated charters and urban districts

New Charter Study by Mathematica With More Bad News for Corporate Ed Reform

NEW STANFORD REPORT FINDS SERIOUS QUALITY CHALLENGE IN NATIONAL CHARTER SCHOOL SECTOR

Problems with the use of student test scores to evaluate teachers

Review of The Louisiana Recovery School District: Lessons for the Buckeye State

Schools Without Diversity: Education Management Organizations, Charter Schools, and the Demographic Stratification of the American School System

Study Renews Call to Slow Growth of K12 Inc. Virtual Schools

Teach For America: A False Promise

Teacher Turnover in Charter Schools

The Privatization Infatuation

The research on turnarounds doesn’t show what Arne Duncan thinks it shows

Truthiness in Education

One comment on “Studies and Papers on Education Reform

  1. horseofmanycolors
    October 14, 2016

    yup

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