Charter schools are often the only alternative to traditional public schools for students with disabilities in rural communities. NCSECS Data Specialist Shaini Kothari recently contributed to a paper published in the Journal of School Choice that examines the challenges and opportunities these rural schools face.
This document provides a comprehensive list of the best discipline practices to employ in charter schools and a list of the mistakes to avoid.
This statement outlines the Equity Coalition’s call to the Trump Administration and 115th Congress asking them to uphold the principles that support students with disabilities in charter schools.
This announcement celebrates the Center’s five year anniversary and details some of the key highlights of those years and the partnerships formed.
This document outlines the Center’s Equity Coalition and it’s seven core principles.
This report shines a spotlight on the Two Rivers Public Charter Schools and the systems and practices they use to create a learning environment where students with disabilities can thrive.
This page offers the Special Education Toolkit, a comprehensive framework of tools for authorizers, including rubrics for LEA and non-LEA charters.
This document gives an overview of the need for active CSOs in supporting special education in charter schools and gives a toolkit of resources to help them.
This report dives into the education model of Thrive Public Schools and the advantages of personalized learning models.
This report focuses on the Mott Haven Case Study and the ways in which this Academy uses support systems and school cultures to help their students, specifically students with disabilities, thrive.