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Using data from the US Department of Education’s biennial Civil…
Reports | 14 Nov, 2019

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Case Study: Camino Nuevo's Kayne Siart Campus Case Study18 Mar, 2016 Grades Served: K-8th Number of Students: 492 % of Hispanic/Latino Students: 98% % of African-American Students: 1% % of Other Students: 1% % of English Language Learners: 44% % of… Read more
Two Rivers Case Study Available Announcements24 Jun, 2015 Two Rivers a Washington, D.C. PK-8 charter school with an inclusive education model, where the instruction of students with disabilities is integrated with general education.
Challenges for Charter School with Special Education: Issues of Concern for Charter School Authorizers and Service Providers ReportsLeman Kaniturk Kose06 Jul, 2013 Charter schools, as one type of school choice, have been attracting a growing number of students since first inception in Minnesota in 1991. Although charter schools are a fledgling reform… Read more
Case Study: Brooke Roslindale Charter Announcements01 Jan, 1970 Brooke Roslindale Charter School is part of the Brooke Charter Schools Network, a growing group of high-performing K-8 public schools in Boston, Massachusetts.
Presentation Materials Available: Nuts & Bolts of Special Ed for Charter Schools Publication01 Jan, 1970 The National Charter School Resource Center hosted a full-day conference in Minneapolis on June 19, 2012, titled, Building the Capacity of Charter Schools: Effectively Serving Students With… Read more
Getting Lost While Trying to Follow the Money: Special Education Finance in Charter Schools ReportsLauren Morando Rhim, Paul O’Neill, Amy Ruck, Kathryn Huber, and Sivan Tuchman, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools 02 Nov, 2015 In developing the brief, the goal was to present a clear and succinct point-in-time description of how special education is funded in charter schools to empower key stakeholders with… Read more
VSA International Art Program for Children with Disabilities: Resources for Educators and Parents ReportsDepartment of VSA and Accessibility at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts21 Sep, 2015 A list of resources that are designed to help educators and parents gain more useful information on the relationship of arts, education, and disabilities, especially for children with… Read more
The Myth About the Special Education Gap ReportsMarcus A. Winters, Education Next21 Jul, 2015 As public schools, charter schools are legally required to educate all students regardless of the difficulties they bring with them into the classroom. Nonetheless, many are concerned that… Read more
Understanding the Charter School Special Education Gap: Evidence from Denver, Colorado ReportsCRPE01 Jun, 2014 Charter schools have expanded rapidly across the nation and throughout Colorado over the last decade. Today, about 16 percent of Denver’s public school students in kindergarten through 12th… Read more
The Facts on Charter Schools and Students with Disabilities ReportsNational Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities29 Aug, 2014 Overview from NICHCY: "Charter schools are fairly new in public education, and they’ve generated a lot of interest and inquiry. For many families and educators, charter schools offer more… Read more