Published Online: October 11, 2005
Published in Print: October 12, 2005, as Charter Effects

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Charter Effects

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The emergence of charter schools can have “positive and significant” effects on students’ reading and math scores in nearby regular public schools, concludes a study by researchers at the rand Corp., the University of Tennessee, and Texas A&M University.

The researchers arrived at their conclusions after examining eight years of test-score data on individual students in Texas.

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