A Comprehensive Approach to Alternative Programs

Washington district uses three models to meet the needs of different students.

Today's Top Ed News

  1. Cracking Down on Alternative Tests

    Ed. Dept. bars states from offering alternative tests to most students with disabilities. WaPo
  2. ACLU Challenges Nevada School Choice Law

    Record-breaking new law faces suit. EdWeek
  3. Harry Potter Goes to School!

    Inside one teachers' magical classroom. HuffPost
  4. Hunger Strike for Chicago High School

    Chicago parents and residents vow to continue strike to keep neighborhood school targeted for closure open.
  5. Exit Exam Waived for Some CA Students

    Gov. Brown signs legislation allowing certain students who meet other criteria to graduate without an exit exam.

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