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Choosing the right school for your child can be a tough decision. Public, charter and private schools offer different benefits for kids with learning and attention issues. Here are the key differences between them.

Public, Private and Charter Schools: How They Compare

Choosing the right school for your child can be a tough decision. Public, charter and private schools offer different benefits for kids with learning and attention issues. Here are the key differences between them.

This infographic was created in partnership with the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools.

Charter Schools Today

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Classroom Grant Application - Association of American Educators – Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools

Classroom Grant Application - Association of American Educators – Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools

Blog -- Cyber School Chronicles:  Why I Chose a Cyber Charter School to Educate My Children At Home

Cyber Charter School Chronicles

Stressed Out! Helping the Child With Selective Mutism Cope With Anxiety - A characteristic of verbal autism/ASD/aspergers

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Charter school accountability isn't a priority for state lawmakers in Tennessee. Educators and parents in Nashville have different ideas.

Albert Shanker, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, was the first person with the vision for charter schools; he "argued that charter schools could help reinvigorate the twin promises of American public education: to promote social mobility for working-class children and social cohesion among America’s increasingly diverse populations."

The Original Charter School Vision

Albert Shanker, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, was the first person with the vision for charter schools; he "argued that charter schools could help reinvigorate the twin promises of American public education: to promote social mobility for working-class children and social cohesion among America’s increasingly diverse populations."

US West; Castaic, California; 4th - 5th grade - Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School. With the help of a local tiny house builder, students plan, fund, and construct a sustainable tiny house for a homeless veteran.

California Kids Build Tiny House for Homeless Vet in Life-Changing School Project

With the help of a local tiny house builder, students plan, fund, and construct a sustainable tiny house for a homeless veteran.

Why Hedge Funds Love Charter Schools

Why Hedge Funds Love Charter Schools

3 Ways to Beat the IRS in 2013 If America Falls Off the Fiscal Cliff - DailyFinance

Video: What is a charter school? Here's the real story about charter schools and why you may or may not want to consider one for your child.

While ABLE Charter School serves students in grades and is not listed on the list of CMO's (Charter Management Organizations) this is a great video to show parents how Charter Schools are structured and how they can be beneficial.

This issue of Policy Priorities examines the ideas that spurred the charter school movement, the evolution of the concept and rationales behind charters, and their current status as an education reform.

This issue of Policy Priorities examines the ideas that spurred the charter school movement, the evolution of the concept and rationales behind charters, and their current status as an education reform.

Diane Ravitch: 3 Dubious Uses of Technology in Schools. For Diane Ravitch, there's a non-negotiable conundrum between "teachers [who] see technology as a tool to inspire learning" and "entrepreneurs [who] see it as a way to standardize teaching, to replace teachers, to make money."

Diane Ravitch: 3 Dubious Uses of Technology in Schools - Technology can inspire creativity or dehumanize learning (Scientific American article.

Why There’s Little Demand for Charter Schools in the Suburbs - The Atlantic

Why Charter Schools Are Hard to Find in Suburbia

After years of setbacks, advocates of students attending private schools at state expense are moving closer to their goal.

Why forcing kids to do things ‘sooner and faster’ doesn’t get them further in school

Why forcing kids to do things ‘sooner and faster’ doesn’t get them further in school

from The Washington Post . Teacher who taught at no-excuses charter school: 'Maybe letting small children linger in childhood would endow them with more of the real skills necessary to 'stay focused on achieving excellence.

Many New York City charter schools are starting to modify their strict attitudes towards student behavior—but the effort still has a long way to go. // What has changed, many say, is how rules are emphasized and applied. Schools have taken steps to give more positive feedback, de-emphasize the tiniest behavior infractions, differentiate how they treat student misbehavior, and ensure students are learning from their consequences.

Why NYC's Charter Schools Are Leaving 'No-Excuses' Discipline Behind

Many New York City charter schools are starting to modify their strict attitudes towards student behavior—but the effort still has a long way to go.