In late 2014, the Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University released a report finding lackluster performance among Ohio charter schools. Since that time, the state’s charter policies and the sector itself have evolved significantly.
But has the performance of Ohio charters improved in the wake of these important reforms? Or is the sector still struggling to keep pace?
On Tuesday, February 19, Margaret E. (Macke) Raymond, Ph.D., the Director of CREDO at Stanford University and Chunping Han, Senior Research Analyst, were in Columbus to discuss the findings of a brand-new CREDO study that examines Ohio charter performance from 2013-14 through 2016-17.
You can view video of the event here: