CREDO Study on Texas Charter Schools Shows Performance Improves
The Center for Research on Educational Outcomes (CREDO) released its third study of Texas charter schools. The 2017 edition reports that changes in the Lonestar state have produced higher performance among charter schools than in previous years. CREDO identifies several of the state’s high-performing Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) as one of the reasons for improvement, coupled with policy changes that have led to the closure of the state’s lowest performing charters.
You can view the study here.