New Report Released: "Does School Reform = Spending Reform?"
A new study from the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans at Tulane University examines how New Orleans schools’ spending patterns changed after the city shifted to a charter-driven system.
January 17, 2017
New Report Released: "Extreme Measures: When and How School Closures and Charter Takeovers Benefit Students"
As the national debate about how and when to close schools continues to grow, the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans released a new study that analyzes the impact of school closures and charter takeovers on standardized test scores, high school graduation rates, and college entry rates.
October 17, 2016
New Report Released: "The Ultimate Choice: How Charter Authorizers Approve and Renew Schools in Post-Katrina New Orleans"
In a new report from the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans, authors Whitney Bross and Douglas N. Harris find that the charter application review process can help authorizers identify high-performing charters if they gather more information about potential charter operators than the charter application alone can offer.
September 12, 2016