Although it didn't get much in the way of attention during the recently concluded budget debate, the Corbett administration has never made any secret of its support for school choice and charter schools. But even as charter school kids nationwide surpassed the gains made on standardized tests by their public school comrades,
TribLive.com By Kate Wilcox Sunday,
Nationally, charter school students surpass gains made on standardized tests by students at traditional public schools but, on average, Pennsylvania's charter students fall behind their public school peers, according to a recent study of charter schools by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes at Stanford University. The study looked at traditional and cyber charter schools.
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