Year 2 Report of the Atlanta Public Schools Turnaround Strategy
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Feb 01, 2019
- As a whole, Turnaround Strategy efforts are producing improvements in math performance in targeted schools. We did not find evidence of positive impacts of schoolwide targeted support on other student outcomes.
- There is little evidence that support from math and reading specialists―one component of the Turnaround Strategy in targeted schools―had an impact on academic outcomes.
- We found no evidence that the CIS case management component of the Turnaround Strategy improved student suspensions, attendance, or academic achievement.
- Turnaround partnership schools are producing improvements in math performance. However, other effects were mixed, varying by outcome and by partner organization.
Evaluation of the Atlanta Public Schools Turnaround Strategy
Atlanta Public Schools
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