Charter schools strive to serve all kids—including those with disabilities—and to serve them well. In fact, according to two CREDO reports, the performance outcomes of students with special needs in charter schools show annual modest to significant gains when compared to their district school peers.
National Alliance Statement on Supreme Court Decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District
Nina Rees made the following statement applauding the Courts ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District.
Charter School and Special Education Thought Leaders Issue Statement on Equity to the Trump Administration and 115th Congress
The National Alliance is a proud member of the NCECS Equity Coalition.
Charter School and Special Education Leaders File Brief Urging Supreme Court to Protect Students with Disabilities, Ensure Their Right to Achieve at High Levels
A foundational principle of the charter school movement is that all children should have access to a high-quality education that equips them to be successful inside and outside of the classroom.
A new publication will serve as a tool for charter school leaders, advocates, and policy makers to better understand the funding mechanisms for special education services.
Several national education organizations filed an amicus brief with the Washington State Supreme Court urging the court to uphold the states voter-approved 2012 charter school law.