By Robin J. Lake, Gary Miron and Pedro A. Noguera
June 10, 2014
Or, is it reasonable for a charter school to counsel special education students to go elsewhere, if another school would be a better fit?
If “fair share” requirements are not appropriate, what is? Can any school be expected to meet every need of every child?
Exploring these questions are Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington; Gary Miron, professor in the College of Education at Western Michigan University; and Pedro Noguera, professor of education at New York University.
- Robin J. Lake: The Key Is Innovation, Not Regulation
- Gary Miron: Charters Should Be Expected to Serve All Kinds of Students
- Pedro A. Noguera: School Quality Matters Most, Whether District or Charter