Monthly Archives: September 2013

We’re Back – With A Request

We’re Back With A Request.


We’ve had a short hiatus to attend to last minute end of summer trips, the usual back-to-school necessities, and other family needs. We’ll be posting a new podcast episode soon and start doing more interviews in the coming weeks.

We also have a request for you.

In a couple of previous episodes we’ve discussed whether charter schools are a viable option for education and whether or not charter schools are able or willing to adopt special education standards and practices for our special needs children. Many experts have debated this issue but there is one group that we’ve noticed who have not been heard from: parents.

Do you have a child with special needs who is enrolled in a charter school?  If so, we want to hear from you! We’d like to interview a few parents about their experiences with special education in charter schools, good or bad or whatever.  You’ll be able to keep your personal information private and even remain anonymous if you prefer. Our goal is to get feedback from parents as to whether or not charter schools are meeting the needs of their special needs children and if they are indeed a viable option for educating special needs kids.

If you’re interested in talking to us, or if you just want to email us some comments that we can use in an upcoming episode, please use the form on our Contact Us page and let us know how to contact you. We do not share our email list with anyone so your information will be kept private. Thanks for helping and hope to hear from you soon!

PS- if you do not have special needs children in charter schools but know someone who does, please forward this blog post to them, or use the Social Media sharing buttons below to help get out the word. Thanks for your support!