Higher Achievement in FL Charter Schools Than Public Counterparts

Sunshine State News reports:

Charter Schools Post Higher Scores than Traditional Public Schools in Florida

Students in charter schools across Florida continue to achieve higher marks than their public school counterparts.

A report out Thursday from the Florida Department of Education reveals charter school students achieved better scores in math, science and reading in state testing. “Student Achievement in Florida’s Charter Schools: A Comparison of the Performance of Charter School Students with Traditional Public School Students” was compiled from an analysis of charter school students’ Florida Comprehensive Achievement Test (FCAT) and algebra end-of-course exams from the 2011-12 school year as compared to public school students’ scores statewide. More than 3 million test scores were taken into account, then comparisons were made along three standards: proficiency, achievement gaps and learning gains.


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