The Brookings Institution published three reports on American education. One shows that the gender gap is closing in mathematics performance, but that boys are falling behind on reading. Two other reports focus on California education. One shows that low-performing schools usually do not improve over time. In examining California charter schools, conversions look more like traditional public schools than start-up charters.
Brookings Institution. (2010). Brown Center Report on American Education.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
American education reports
Posted by Lesley Farmer at 6:58 PM
Labels: California, charter schools, gender, math, reading
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