Meta-Analysis Finds ‘Effects’ that Aren’t There

Meta Analysis Finds ‘Effects’ that Aren’t There.  NEPC reviews a study by the Washington Center for Reinventing Public Education.  The study analyzed 52 studies and found that charters benefited students, particularly in math.  The NEPC review found that the results were overstated.  Charters had a small impact on math in elementary grades but not in high schools and not in reading.

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