New study documents success of Boston pilot schools

Boston has 20 public "pilot" schools that are run by independent governing boards and are free from many union and school system restrictions. Four of them are in Allston and Brighton - Another Course to College (grades 9-12), Baldwin ELC (K-1), Boston Community Leadership Academy (9-12), and the Thomas Gardner Extended Services School (K-5).

A report being released today by The Boston Foundation shows that in many key areas students at pilot high schools are doing better than students at traditional public schools.

High-flying pilot schools - The Boston Globe

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