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  • Report: Why Charters Have Fewer Special Ed Students

    Oct 2, 2013

    10.01.2013 | SchoolBook | But Paulina Davis, a staff attorney at the group Advocates for Children in New York City, remained skeptical of the study’s conclusions. She said her group still gets calls from parents of children with disabilities who were admitted to charters through the lottery system but didn’t enroll because they were told the school was not a good fit. She also said she has not seen “a lot of variation and flexibility in programming in the charter sector in general for students with disabilities.” Read article