NACSA - Access is More than Choice: How Authorizers can Influence Meaningful Access and Equity in Charters
Includes: Parent and Educator Resource Guide, letter and Q&A on restraint and seclusion of students with disabilities, letter and Q&A on Section 504 and IDEA in charter schools, and a "Know Your Rights" document regarding students with disabilities in charter schools.
Promising Practices: Kent ISD
NCSECS Launches New “Promising Practices” Series
Key Trends in Special Education in Charter Schools
A Secondary Analysis of the Civil Rights Data Collection 2011-2012. November 2015.
Executive Summary: Key Trends in Special Education in Charter Schools
How Public Charter School Networks Can Innovate and Improve Services for Students with Disabilities. February 2015.
Critical to Retain Accountability Structure and Emphasize Role of Quality Charter Authorizing. January2015.
with specific recommendations related to ensuring students with disabilities have access to quality charter schools prepared to support ALL students.
Schools Operating Within a Local Education Agency (LEA)
Schools Operating as Independent Local Education Agencies (LEAs)
for Charter School Leaders and Special Education Managers