In an independent study, researchers from American University concluded that Impact Network schools improve the numeracy and literacy skills of students and cost less than 1/3 of government schools.

The evaluation examined five Impact Network schools, five surrounding government schools and five other community schools. It consisted of a baseline study, an 18-month quantitative impact evaluation measuring students’ math and literacy skills, a qualitative analysis based on interviews and focus groups, and a cost study. In 2015, the researchers published their findings.

Read more about their findings below:

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