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The State of Charter Schools: What We Know — and What We Don’t — About Performance and Accountability

Our latest webinar, The State of Charter Schools: What We Know–and What We Don’t–About Performance and Accountability, was broadcast via live stream from the National Press Club on Wednesday, December 21, 2011. Watch the event above.

Event details:
Refuting assumptions and statements by opponents and proponents alike about the state of America’s charter schools, The Center for Education Reform’s newest report, The State of Charter Schools: What We Know–and What We Don’t–About Performance and Accountability, provides an unprecedented analysis of data documenting the high level of accountability that marks the nation’s charter schools. The report provides the first-ever national analysis of the number of charter schools that have closed since 1992, the basis by which authorizers ensure performance-based accountability.