Public Charter Schools
The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University released this report on the performance of urban charter schools in 2015. Students attending urban charters experience significant gains in student learning every year: 40 additional days in math and 28 additional days in reading, on average, compared to their traditional school peers. The research also shows that charter school performance has improved over time.
This report, by the National Bureau of Economic Research, found that children living in poverty who attended high performing charter schools are not only likely to perform better in school, but also more likely to attend college, less likely to experience teen pregnancy and less likely to be incarcerated.
Tax Credit Scholarships
This report, published by the Center for Education Reform, looks at tax credit scholarship policies around the country, analyzing strength of laws and their effectiveness based on results.
This report, released by Bellwether Education Partners, compares teacher effectiveness policies and regulations around the country.
This report, released by The Education Trust, discusses what conditions support and promote effective teaching and learning in high poverty schools.
This report, published by the Center for American Progress, discusses strategies for attracting and retaining effective teachers in high poverty and high minority schools.
The following reports, released by the Data Quality Campaign, discuss how high quality, meaningful data can lead to improved student achievement.
The following reports, published by Education Next, discuss where states stand in terms of student achievement compared to their international counterparts.
To see how your school and district perform, based on Nebraska State Assessment results, visit:
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