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Charter schools said to lag on test scores

National findings are cited in study

August 17, 2004

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In the nation's first comparison of test scores between children in charter schools and regular public schools, students in traditional public schools fared better than similar students in charter schools, The New York Times reported today. (Full Article: 479 Words)

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