Special Education

CharterFolk Contributor Alan Gottlieb – School Choice and the Montana Paradox

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Alan Gottlieb, a Colorado-based writer, editor, journalist, communications consultant, and nonprofit entrepreneur who owns Write.Edit.Think. I provide Alan’s brief bio below. Alan Gottlieb is a Colorado-based writer, editor, journalist, communications consultant, and nonprofit entrepreneur who owns Write.Edit.Think, LLC. He founded EdNews Colorado,

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CharterFolk Contributor Lydia Hoffman – What Would it Take for More Charter Schools to Improve the Educational Experiences of Diverse Learners?

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Lydia Hoffman, a partner at the Charter School Growth Fund. I provide Lydia’s bio below. Lydia is a partner at the Charter School Growth Fund (CSGF), a national nonprofit that identifies the country’s best public charter schools, funds their expansion, and helps

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CharterFolk Contributor Gina Plate – Charter Schools’ Inclusive Educational Models and Instructional Practices are Changing the National Discussion About How We Educate Students with Disabilities

Good morning, CharterFolk. Today I am delighted to share with you a Contributor Column from Gina Plate, Vice President of Special Education and Regulatory Affairs for the California Charter Schools Association. I provide a brief bio for Gina below. Gina serves as Vice President, Special Education and Regulatory Affairs for the California Charter Schools Association.

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