Data lacking to set special-needs enrollment targets for N.Y. charters

07/15/2010 | GothamSchools.org (New York)

Efforts are under way to begin regulating enrollment at New York state charter schools to ensure that they are serving more students who have special needs, are poor or are English-language learners. Demographic data on enrollment at both charter and public schools will help the agencies that oversee charters set targets for individual schools, but access to the data has proven problematic and is hampering efforts to make detailed comparisons.

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