Reports

The National Charter School Resource Center produces in-depth reports on a breadth of topics that are important to the charter school sector. Additionally, the NCSRC also gathers informative reports from supporting education organizations.

Massachusetts Charter Schools & Their Feeder Districts: A Demographic Analysis ReportsThe Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy19 Jan, 2004 This 2004 report from The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy compares the demographic profiles of charter schools in Massachusetts to the districts where they draw… Read More
Tool Kit on Teaching and Assessing Students with Disabilities ReportsIdeas that Work09 Jan, 2004 The Tool Kit includes information about the Department’s investments, papers on large-scale assessment, technical assistance (TA) products, and resources. The section on large-… Read More
Missed Opportunities: How We Keep High-Quality Teachers Out of Urban Classrooms ReportsThe New Teacher Project01 Jan, 2003 This 2003 paper looks at four hard-to-staff urban districts and the effect of hiring practices on applicant quality and attrition. It also provides recommendations on how to… Read More
The Approval Barrier to Suburban Charter Schools ReportsPushpam Jain01 Sep, 2002 This 2002 report from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute focuses on conditions in four states that have influenced the development of charter schools in suburban communities. The… Read More
Teacher Absenteeism in Charter and Traditional Public Schools ReportsThomas B. Fordham Institute01 Jan, 1970 In Teacher Absenteeism in Charter and Traditional Public Schools, Fordham senior research and policy associate David Griffith takes an unprecedented look at teacher chronic… Read More
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NACSA 2016 State Policy Analysis: Kansas Profile ReportsNational Association of Charter School Authorizers This profile on charter schools in the state of Kansas provides basic information on charter school laws and recommendations from NACSA on expanding charter schools in Kansas.