Teacher/student constitutional rights at charter schools may not be the same as at regular public schools. Example given is due process rights wrt suspension/expulsion. My thoughts immediately go to IDEA — will "non-public" status become an explicit means to not serve special needs kids?
Follow up on why Publicness/Privateness of Charter Schools Matters
My post the other day was intended to shed light on the various complexities of classifying charter schools as public or private. Some have argued that the distinctions I make are a distraction fro…