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Enrollment & Recruitment

A presentation from the New York City Charter School Center's Start Right Program on student recruitment and the lottery.  Also included as separate documents are templates for Project Planning, Event Planning and Documentation as well as resources for recruiting Special Populations such as ELL and special education students.

SPED: CSE and Compliance

The September 2010 presentation Common Coordination Issues, from the Brooklyn Charter School Student Support Agency, addresses common coordination issues facing schools with Special Education students.

The first half of the presentation covers the NYC Committee on Special Education (CSE), including the structure and function of the CSE, roles and responsibilities of the CSE and the charter school, and best practices for working with the CSE.

School Funding Comparisons by the NYC Independent Budget Office (IBO) (2010-11)

How do the funding levels compare, and the funding streams interact, for New York City charter and district schools? The City's Independent Budget Office (IBO) has issued three analyses on this topic, to which the Charter Center has responded with increasing, detailed criticism. The NYC Department of Education has also raised strong objections.

VENDOR/SERVICES LISTS

Vendors/Services List

The Charter Center’s Vendor List is one of the many ways in which we help schools share resources with one another. Last year alone, there were 11,000 hits on over 300 businesses recommended by NY charter schools. We’d like to remind you that all vendors on the list have not only worked with a charter school, but have also received a written recommendation from one or more charters.

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Preguntas más frecuentes

Tengo suerte de que mi hijo vaya a una escuela pública charter. Gracias a la atención extra que le brindan sus maestros se ha colocado a la cabeza de su clase. Nuestra escuela charter le ha abierto las puertas a un futuro muy brillante.

Dígale a su vecino: ¡las charter abren puertas!

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¿Qué son las escuelas charter?

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