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Green Dot Public Schools
Charter Schools

Green Dot Public Schools had potentially positive effects on mathematics achievement, student progression, school attendance, and English language arts achievement for high school students.
Green Dot Public Schools is a nonprofit organization that operates more than 20 public charter middle and high schools in California, Tennessee, and Washington. The Green Dot Public Schools are regulated and monitored by the local school district, but operate outside of the district’s direct control. The Green Dot Public Schools model emphasizes high quality teaching, strong school leadership, a curriculum that prepares students for college, and partnerships with the community. Any student may enroll in a Green Dot Public School if there is space available. Many Green Dot Public Schools operate with unionized teachers and staff. Several of the Green Dot Public Schools were chartered in existing public schools which were performing below district or community expectations. Funding for Green Dot Public Schools operations comes through public federal, state, and local finances, while some transformations of existing district-run schools into charter schools have been funded partly by private foundations.

Findings

1
study that met standards out of
1
eligible study reviewed
Outcome Domain Effectiveness Rating Grades Evidence Tier
English language arts achievement Potentially positive effects 9-12
General Mathematics Achievement Potentially positive effects 9-12
School Attendance Potentially positive effects 9-12
Student progression Potentially positive effects 9-12

Last Updated: January 2018

Race

Black
24%
Other or unknown
76%

Ethnicity

Hispanic
76%
Not Hispanic or Latino
24%

Gender

Male: 48%
Female: 52%

Free & Reduced-Price Lunch

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80%

English Learners

English Learners icon
48%
Note: This summary only includes data from studies that reported sample information. The Intervention Report may include evidence from other studies that met standards, but did not report sample information.


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