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Charter Schools And Longer Term Student Outcomes


Not mentioned in this post are possible external factors as well. Possibly students in charter high schools have parents that are much more involved so that they are more college oriented in the first place. Also what is the education level of the parents? These are but two factors that could influence these outcomes. Notwithstanding, it would be interesting to tease out the differences between the charter and neighborhood high schools. Is it class sizes? Is it resources? As mentioned, counseling services? Access to scholarships?

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