WWC review of this study

The MPCP Longitudinal Educational Growth Study third year report (SCDP Milwaukee Evaluation Report #15).

Witte, J. F., Cowen, J. M., Fleming, D. J., Wolf, P. J., Condon, M. R., & Lucas-McLean, J. (2010), Fayetteville: University of Arkansas, School Choice Demonstration Project.

  • Quasi-Experimental Design
     examining 
    2,231
     students 
    in grades
    4-10
No statistically significant positive
findings
Meets WWC standards with reservations

Reviewed: December 2010

Mathematics achievement outcomes—Indeterminate effects found
Outcome
Measure
Comparison Period Sample Intervention
Mean
Comparison
Mean
Significant? Improvement
Index

Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Exam (WKCE): Math

Students in Milwaukee Public Schools

2008

Model 1
2,231 students

192.47

191.83

No

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Reading achievement outcomes—Indeterminate effects found
Outcome
Measure
Comparison Period Sample Intervention
Mean
Comparison
Mean
Significant? Improvement
Index

Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Exam (WKCE): Reading

Students in Milwaukee Public Schools

2008

Model 1
2,231 students

127.99

127.06

No

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Characteristics of study sample as reported by study author.


  • Female: 47%
    Male: 53%
  • Race
    Asian
    3%
    Black
    65%
    Native American
    0%
    White
    9%
  • Ethnicity
    Hispanic
    23%
    Not Hispanic
    77%

  • Urban
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    Wisconsin
 

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