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When Charter Schools Open, Neighboring Schools Get Better: A New Study Finds 7 Reasons Why

The 74 Million – Beth Hawkins

“Few education policy battles have burned as hot as debate over the practice of requiring traditional public schools to share under-used space with charter schools. Co-location, as the practice is called, is often cited as damaging to students in mainline district schools. But groundbreaking new research from Temple University assistant professor Sarah Cordes finds that at least in New York City, the arrival of a charter school has a positive effect on students in the traditional school already located in the building.”(more)

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