Thinktanks & Research

U.S. charter schools produce a bigger bang with fewer bucks

By Corey A. Deangelis ● Cato Institute ● 02/15/2018

The evidence is in. And it’s great news for kids in charter schools. A just-released study… finds that, overall, public charter schools across eight major U.S. cities are 35 percent more cost-effective and produce a 53 percent higher return-on-investment (ROI) than residentially assigned government schools.

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