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Achieving the Dream: Chicago Charter High Schools Improve Academic and Life Outcomes for Students

Posted on: January 10, 2019

Since the first charter high school opened its doors in 1997, Chicago’s charter public high schools have been transforming the public education system to improve academic achievement and outcomes, especially for African-American and Latino students who have historically faced barriers to academic success. This issue brief examines how charter public high schools have moved the needle on student academic growth, high school graduation, and college enrollment.

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