Walton Family Foundation, July, 9, 2019, by Johannah Chase Report details how charter schools and parents can work together to improve outcomes for students with disabilities Parents are the experts on their children. They know the hidden strengths they possess, talents that schools might not easily unearth. They understand the unique challenges their children experience in a […]
In Better Together: Why Charter School Champions and Parent Advocates Should Partner to Better Support Students with Disabilities, Public Impact issues a call to action for charter champions—including charter associations, city-based education organizations and other reform organizations that see charters as an integral piece of a thriving system of public schools—to form and deepen partnerships […]
The 74, June 28, 2019, by Beth Hawkins When it comes to living up to their obligation to serve students with disabilities, public charter schools face a host of challenges. In addition to the perennial headache of underfunding, there are bureaucratic constraints, a woeful lack of teacher preparation in special education and difficulty finding and […]
This call to action explains why partnerships to better support students with disabilities are needed, the forms they might take, and how to get started.
Post-Crescent, February 1, 2019, by Jen Zettel Vandenhouten
During his first State of the State speech last week, Gov. Tony Evers announced several education priorities he’d like to address in the next state budget.
Report examines the development and status of Missouri’s charter schools.
Report presents findings from case studies of six charter schools identified for their success educating children with disabilities.
Report examines potential opportunities to grow quality charter schools with innovative approaches to educating children with disabilities.
Report describes how federal and state special education guidelines must be adapted for educating students with disabilities in virtual charter schools.
Book proposes making the nation’s special education system more outcome-oriented and less procedure oriented.
Two-part brief identifies the issues related to navigating special education in the charter school sector.