Charter Schooling and Challenged Populations

How well are we serving students with the most needs? How can charter schools meet some of these needs?

Overuse of suspensions (see last week’s show, e.g.) and lack of mental health and other wrap-around services add to the challenges of special needs students. Programs like Booker T. Washington PCS for Technical Arts and Options Public Charter School are designed for special needs populations. Join The Education Town Hall August 8 to discuss these programs, their strengths and challenges. Listen on http://www.WeActRadio.com at 11:00 a.m.

The Education Town Hall is broadcast Thursdays at 11 a.m. (Eastern) on We Act Radio.

Listen on-line at We Act Radio or, in the Dc Metro area, on the AM dial: WPWC 1480 AM

Full recordings are archived for later discussion and sharing.

Join the (live) conversation, 11 a.m. to noon, by calling 202-889-9797.
Post comments here anytime.

Listen and DO SOMETHING!




Categories: Charter Schools, DC-Area Education, special education, vocational education

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