New York State’s law on charter schools changed in important ways in April 2014 and May 2010. The Charter Center created a black-lined version of the Act that visually emphasizes the new provisions in a more legible format. The Charter Center is committed to helping existing and prospective charter schools succeed in this ever-changing environment.
The Charter Center describes seven ways NYC’s “Renewal Schools” plan could be strengthened and expanded by incorporating the effective strategies of top charter schools and networks.
NYSAA is an assessment in which students with severe cognitive disabilities demonstrate their performance toward achieving the NYS P-12 CCLS in ELA, math, science and social studies (depending on the grade level being tested). Student performance is recorded in a datafolio, and includes direct observation and documentation of information such as student work products, photographs, audio and videotapes.
Finds that charter schools provide one of the most accessible and high-quality public school options for parents.
This study uses NYC data to analyze the factors driving the gap in special education enrollment between charter and traditional public schools.
The new 2013-14 NYC Charter School Directory is now available. Search for all NYC charter schools by borough in the files below. If you would like to request a hard copy, please call our front desk, (212) 437-8300.
Directories by Borough:
How NYC charter school students performed on the first state assessments since the implementation of the rigorous Common Core State Standards.
Parents play a vital role in a child’s life and education. It is important for parents to engage their child and build strong partnerships with his/her educators and schools.
This Act would let charter schools serve students with special needs as part of a consortium, which would offer different services at different sites.