Del. Charter Schools Get Solid Report Card
Study Finds Test Scores in High Schools Top Those in Other Public Schools
Students in the upper grades of Delaware’s charter schools are outperforming their peers in regular public schools, an evaluation has found.
The study, released last week by the state department of education, cautions that the findings represent only a first look at the performance of Delaware’s 13 charter schools, since nearly half have been open three years or less. But many of the findings were positive.
“The charter schools in Delaware are highly accountable, and their performance—in terms of student achievement—is similar or better than what we find in traditional public schools,” writes the principal...
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