Who Benefits from Kipp?

@article{Angrist2010WhoBF,
  title={Who Benefits from Kipp?},
  author={Joshua David Angrist and Susan M. Dynarski and Thomas J. Kane and Parag A. Pathak and Christopher R. Walters},
  journal={Randomized Social Experiments eJournal},
  year={2010}
}
The nation's largest charter management organization is the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP). KIPP schools are emblematic of the No Excuses approach to public education, a highly standardized and widely replicated charter model that features a long school day, an extended school year, selective teacher hiring, strict behavior norms, and a focus on traditional reading and math skills. No Excuses charter schools are sometimes said to focus on relatively motivated high achievers at the expense of… Expand

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