Attending the Congressional briefing on the “Charter Schools - Implications for Students with Disabilities” report… https://t.co/NjXgxLXSM2
#FridayFave “In reality, #IDEA is an example of how the federal government works at its best to ensure the rights of America’s most vulnerable citizens. Without it, the nation’s #specialeducation system would not exist.” Link in bio for coverage.
Attending the Congressional briefing on the “Charter Schools - Implications for Students with Disabilities” report that cites NCSECS data #NCSECSontheroad
In order for #charterschools to be considered legitimate #publicschool options, the sector must address the challenges of #access, availability, fiscal #equity and others detailed in today's National Council on Disability report head on. Link to our blog in bio
#Studentswithdisabilities are about 20 times more likely than their peers without disabilities to be restrained and/or secluded. All of our nation’s students deserve better so we support the Keep Every Student Safe Act and offer a #discipline statement to guide #charters Link in bio to our letter of support and visit http://stophurtingkids.com for ways to support. #WednesdayWatch
#MissionMonday NCSECS launched a special education finance initiative in response to the urgent need for stakeholders to better understand how #specialeducation is funded in the #charter sector. It provides state-specific information regarding funding streams and focused reports comparing the states. Link in bio to interactive tool.
#FridayFave “School leaders offered several concrete steps they take to keep themselves up-to-date with #specialeducation law and poised to create a learning environment that works for all students.” Link in bio for Ed Week@coverage. @edweekevents
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