Stephen Dyer · June 25, 2013
On the heels of our report yesterday showing how Ohio’s leaders have decided to double down on the mostly failed Ohio charter school experiment, a report released today from Stanford University pretty well sealed the deal.
In it, we see that an Ohio charter school student loses an average of 14 days in reading and 43 days in math compared with their traditional public school counterparts.
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