Why some of the most competent charters are choosing to become their own LEAs and take full responsibility for special education
What does it take for charters to achieve success with kids who have disabilities? Something not so different from what works with low-income kids.
As an advocate for struggling learners, I support the Common Core. Why? For these students, there’s nothing more effective than high expectations and accountability. The Common Core is tough love.
The more customization a student requires, as is often the case with kids with special needs who need adaptations in pacing, methodology, presentation and curriculum, the more attractive virtual ed can be.
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