SCDP Research on Charter Schools
DeAngelis, C. A., Wolf, P. J., Maloney, L. D., & May, J.F. (2018). Charter school funding: (More) inequity in the city. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas, Department of Education...
DeAngelis, C. A., Wolf, P. J., Maloney, L. D., & May, J. F. (2018).
Maloney, L. D., & Wolf, P. J. (2017).
Wolf, P. J., Maloney, L. D., May, J. F., & DeAngelis, C. A. (2017).
Buckets of water into the ocean: Non-public revenue in public charter and traditional public schools
Batdorff, M., Cheng, A., Maloney, L., May, J. F., & Wolf, P. J. (2015).
Wolf, P. J., Cheng, A., Batdorff, M., Maloney, L., May, J. F., & Speakman, S. T. (2014).
People often wish to know how much “bang they get for their buck.” This calculation is often referred to as productivity and is measured either as cost effectiveness or return on investment (ROI). This report represents the first-ever national study tying funding to student achievement and measuring the productivity of public charter schools relative to traditional public schools.
Batdorff, M., Maloney, L., May, J. F., Speakman, S. T., Wolf, P. J., & Cheng, A. (2014).
Maloney, L., Batdorff, M., May, J., & Terrell, M. Draft.
The Public Charter School Funding Study is a series of analyses comparing the funding levels between public charter schools and traditional public schools across the country. So far, trends generally show that among schools that serve a similar population of students, public charter schools are funded at lower levels than traditional public schools.