Q & A Corner - Issue #78
NASET Q & A Corner
Questions and Answers on
The Facts on Charter Schools and Students with Disabilities
Charter schools are fairly new in public education, and they’ve generated a lot of interest and inquiry. For many families and educators, charter schools offer more options for how students will be educated. For others, charter schools are confusing. Why, for example, are some charter schools not open for enrollment to students who live nearby? And what about students with disabilities? May they go to charter schools? If so, is special education available in charter schools? This edition of NASET’s Q & A Corner, focuses on commonly asked questions that families and educators of students with disabilities have about charter schools. It also offer links to state-specific resources that can help you better understand how charter schools work in your individual state.
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