Los Angeles Charter Groups Give Students Two Months’ More Math Learning Than Other LA Public Schools, Analysis of New CREDO Data Finds

An average of 40 additional days of learning in math and 24 days of learning in reading are being gained in Los Angeles' 14 larger charter school networks, according to an analysis of a new Stanford University Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) report. The new report on charter management organizations analyzed the academic progress of students in one academic year, studying 240 CMOs in 26 states (data was from 3.7 million students).

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