This question can be answered when you compare the scores of specific charter schools with the neighboring schools. A recent study from Stanford University determined that for low-income African-American students in charter schools, the 44 extra days of learning in reading and 59 extra days learning in math over their peers in traditional public schools are having a huge impact on student success. According to this study (cited by Jonathan Williams) college readiness among African American high school graduates is 73 percent at charters in LAUSD, as compared with only 20 percent college ready at district schools.by Jane Harris
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