NACSA Authorizer Voices Series: Serving Students with Unique Needs
Sep 28

NACSA Authorizer Voices Series: Serving Students with Unique Needs

“When people hear “authorizer,” they might picture the institution, the process, the paperwork. But the day-to-day work is done by passionate professionals—people that bring their expertise, their wisdom, and their love of children to the decisions they make every day.That’s why authorizers’ voices are so important. Here, NACSA turns to some of the leaders in the field, and listen to their perspectives on their work and how it’s making a difference for children in charter schools, every day.”

View The Center for Learner Equity’ Executive Director, Lauren Morando Rhim, weigh in on important issues concerning the authorization process and special education.

We've changed our name to broaden the conversation. The National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools is now The Center for Learner Equity.Learn more here.
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