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O'Neill, Paul – National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, 2019
This document lists 10 best charter school discipline practices to employ and 10 mistakes to avoid.
Descriptors: Discipline, Best Practices, Charter Schools, Special Education
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National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, 2017
"What Is an Infrastructure? Special Education Support Systems in Charter Schools" discusses ways in which charter schools form entities such as coops and collaboratives to pool resources, create economies of scale, and mitigate risks in order to better serve students with disabilities.
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Special Education, Students with Disabilities, Student Needs
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National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, 2017
Charter school authorizers are the entities granted power in state charter statutes to create charter schools. As the entity that initially approves a charter application, oversees delivery of services, and renews or revokes schools' ability to operate, charter authorizers must take seriously their role and be informed regarding their…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Legal Responsibility, Students with Disabilities, Educational Administration
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National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, 2017
The legal status of a charter school has a significant impact on that school's responsibility and autonomy, especially as it relates to special education. According to federal law under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), responsibility for special education falls with the state education agencies (SEAs), which in turn delegate…
Descriptors: School Districts, Special Education, Charter Schools, Legal Responsibility
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National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, 2016
Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), all public schools must provide a free and appropriate public education to students with disabilities. As such, public charter schools must accept and educate students with disabilities and maintain open enrollment policies, which often include a fair lottery system. Schools must plan…
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Equal Education, Educational Legislation, Students with Disabilities