Co-location, when a charter and traditional school are housed in the same building, can have positive effects on students according to research conducted by a Temple University professor. Beth Hawkins, a guest contributor to LA School Report, cites 7 reasons why co-location can help students prosper.
“Just the presence of an alternative does it. It doesn’t really matter how great that alternative is, it’s just the fact that that alternative is there, it’s in the building and people see it every day.”
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