How are charter schools serving students with special needs?

05/20/2010 | MichiganRadio.org

Charter schools have been criticized for enrolling fewer students with special needs than their public-school counterparts, and many disagree about the causes for the disparities. But some education officials believe that disparities in special-education enrollment will begin to diminish as charters develop plans and secure resources for educating students with special needs, and as more charters choose to specialize.

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