Spotlight on Charter School Research

Education Week Spotlight Series Download PDF

On Charter School Research


These Spotlights were previously available as PDFs, but are currently unavailable for download. Feel free to read the Spotlight articles from the links below. If you have any questions or concerns, please email [email protected]


The Education Week Spotlight on Charter School Research is a collection of articles hand-picked by our editors including insights on:

  • Measuring the success and viability of charter schools
  • Charter Management Organizations (CMOs)
  • Fostering collaboration between charter and district schools
  • Building high-quality charter schools
  • Special education enrollment in charter schools
  • Academic performance of charter schools students

A great value! You get seven articles, commentaries and a resource guide in one downloadable PDF.

Mathematica compared results for students who won lotteries to attend charter middle schools with those of their peers who lost out in the random admissions process.
June 29, 2010 – Education Week

Across 22 schools studied, researchers found few signs that schools were 'creaming' the best students or pushing out low achievers.
June 22, 2010 – Education Week

A report tinged with controversy raises questions about whether charter groups can 'scale up' schools as quickly as reformers are hoping.
December 9, 2009 | Updated: February 21, 2019 – Education Week

An analysis of half of the nation’s charter schools finds 17 percent of students faring better than their public school counterparts and 37 percent faring worse.
June 15, 2009 – Education Week

A conversation with our expert guests on the best practices in creating high-quality new charters, what research says about charter school performance, and why top-notch authorizing is important.
May 25, 2010 – Education Week

With the push for more charter schools, it's time to address the thorny issue of students with special needs, writes Harvard professor Thomas Hehir.
January 27, 2010 – Education Week

John Merrow looks at a promising study of New York City charter schools and wonders how it will influence education’s future.
December 2, 2009 – Education Week

Most Popular Stories

Viewed

Emailed

Recommended

Commented

Sponsor Insights

Free Ebook: How to Implement a Coding Program in Schools

Successful Intervention Builds Student Success

Effective Ways to Support Students with Dyslexia

Stop cobbling together your EdTech

Integrate Science and ELA with Informational Text

Can self-efficacy impact growth for ELLs?

Disruptive Tech Integration for Meaningful Learning

Building Community for Social Good

5 Resources on the Power of Interoperability from Unified Edtech

New campaign for UN World Teachers Day

5 Game-Changers in Today’s Digital Learning Platforms

Hiding in Plain Sight - 7 Common Signs of Dyslexia in the Classroom

The research: Reading Benchmark Assessments

Shifting Mindsets: A Guide for Training Paraeducators to Think Differently About Challenging Behavior

All Students Are Language Learners: The Imagine Learning Language Advantage™

Shifting Mindsets: A Guide for Training Paraeducators to Think Differently About Challenging Behavior

How to Support All Students with Equitable Pathways

2019 K-12 Digital Content Report

3-D Learning & Assessment for K–5 Science

Climate Change, LGBTQ Issues, Politics & Race: Instructional Materials for Teaching Complex Topics

Closing the Science Achievement Gap

Evidence-based Coaching: Key Driver(s) of Scalable Improvement District-Wide

Advancing Literacy with Large Print

Research Sheds New Light on the Reading Brain

Tips for Supporting English Learners Through Personalized Approaches

Student Engagement Lessons from 3 Successful Districts

Response to Intervention Centered on Student Learning

The Nonnegotiable Attributes of Effective Feedback

SEE MORE Insights >