L.A. district schools outperform campuses run by outsiders

Aug. 19, 2011
Analysis of student test scores give edge to district-run schools

From The Los Angeles Times: In a surprising challenge to four school reform efforts run by outside organizations, the Los Angeles school district has not only held its own in improving math and English test scores, but in most cases outpaced the others, according to an analysis of the city's lowest-performing schools. The district's showing was even more surprising given that its schools didn't benefit from outside funding and other extra resources brought in by reform groups for their schools.

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