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Students Attending Urban Charter Schools 4+ Years Excel in Math and Reading

​​​​​​Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes 2015 study found positive results for charter school students increased on average over the period of the study, especially the longer they were there.

NYC Charter Schools Improve Performance for All Public Schools

​​​​​​In The Spillover Effects of Charter Schools on Public School Students in New York City, the report found NYC charter schools significantly increased in district school performance.  

Charter Schools Outperform in Top 100 High Schools

​​​​​​Though charter schools make up only 10% of the ranked public high schools, they made up 21% of the top 100 best high schools, according to the U.S. News & World Report—nearly double the proportion of overall number of schools.

Charter School Principals More Likely to be Leaders of Color

The National Teacher and Principal Survey measures the total number and demographics of public school principals, finding more than 30% of charter school principals are school leaders of color in the 2015-16 school year.

Urban Charter Schools Outperform District Peers

​​​​Findings from Stanford University’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes 2015 study shows  urban charter schools demonstrated significantly higher levels of annual growth in both math and reading for students.

Black Teachers in Charter Schools

There’s mounting evidence that, for children of color especially, having one or more teachers of the same race over the course of students’ educational careers seems to make a positive difference.

Florida Charter Schools Show Long-term Professional Impacts for Students

​​​​​​In the Charter High Schools’ Effects on Long‐Term Attainment and Earnings report, findings estimate charter schools’ effects on educational attainment, and that in their mid‐20s former students experience higher earnings with increase through adulthood.

Majorities of Black and Hispanic Voters Support Charter Schools

​​​​​​Analysis from a DFER-commissioned poll by the Benenson Strategy Group  indicates there is strong public support for public charter schools among key Democratic constituencies, particularly Black and Hispanic voters.

Florida Charter Schools More Likely to Graduate Students

In the Charter High Schools’ Effects on Long‐Term Attainment and Earnings report, using data from Florida, students attending charter high schools are more likely to graduate from high school.

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