Comparisons between charters and public schools are difficult because public schools serve a higher percentage of special education students, English learners and those with behavior problems. Even with their ability to cherry-pick students, charter schools only performed “roughly 2.5 percent” better on the California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance.by Carl J. Petersen
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