Coordination to Improve Special Education Services in Charter Schools: How State Associations Can Help
The National Charter School Resource Center hosted a full-day conference in Minneapolis on June 19, 2012, titled, Building the Capacity of Charter Schools: Effectively Serving Students With Disabilities. The conference provided charter school educators with information, tools, and resources to help them deepen their understanding of how to provide high-quality special education services for students with disabilities.
This presentation was delivered by Gina Plate and Allison Magill, of the California Charter Schools Association, during the conference session titled, “Coordination to Improve Special Education Services in Charter Schools: How State Associations Can Help.”
Related materials are available in the "downloads" section to the right of this description.
- Equity at Scale: How Public Charter School Networks Can Innovate and Improve Services for Students with Disabilities
- State Policies to Transform Struggling Schools: How various state policies can be used to enable school & district turnaround
- Autonomy and Achievement: How public charter schools can help close the achievement gap
- Special Education Cooperatives Can Work for Charter Schools, Study Finds
- Helping English Language Learners Meet the New Common Core State Standards: What Do Charter School Educators Need to Know?