Strengthening Special Education Finance through a State-Sponsored Intermediary: Minnesota Charter Schools Special Education Project

 
National Resource Center on Charter School Finance and Governance: Promising Practice Profile

This brief profiles the Minnesota Charter Schools Special Education Project (MCSSEP), a collaborative effort between the Minnesota Department of Education and local charter school leaders and operators that provides guidance and support to charter school leaders attempting to develop effective, fiscally sound special education programs.
 
 
 

Charter School Contracts

 
by Rebecca Cass and edited by Bryan C. Hassel and Margaret Lin, National Association of Charter School Authorizers, October 2009
A legally binding contract between the charter school and its authorizer defines the rights and responsibilities of each party and is essential for maintaining charter autonomy. A quality contract is essential to fully realizing the potential of charter schooling. This report highlights crucial contract provisions, terms of contract length, and contract enforcement practices.
 
 
 

Strengthening Special Education Finance through a State-Sponsored Intermediary: Minnesota Charter Schools Special Education Project

 
National Resource Center on Charter School Finance and Governance

This brief profiles the Minnesota Charter Schools Special Education Project (MCSSEP), a collaborative effort between the Minnesota Department of Education and local charter school leaders and operators that provides guidance and support to charter school leaders attempting to develop effective, fiscally sound special education programs.
 
 
 


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