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Document Number: 6419

The Effect of Charter School Competition on Traditional Public School Students in Texas - This report looks for changes in student achievement in traditional public schools following the introduction of charter schools as a form of competition. The report finds evidence of a positive impact on student performance at least in terms of test scores for students remaining in traditional schools in Texas. The effect was consistent across math and reading, districts and campuses and across a variety of specifications. (Kevin Booker, Scott Gilpatric, Timothy Gronberg and Dennis Jansen, National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, September 2005)...

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