Sivan Tuchman is interviewed by The Seattle Times about CRPE's 2018 report Are Washington Charter Public Schools Serving Students with Disabilities?
This brief examines shifts in Washington State's public school enrollment after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In-depth case studies of five charter schools reveal lessons learned on educating students with disabilities remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report includes in-depth case studies of five Washington State charter schools to understand their strategies for full inclusion...
Two briefs provide a summary of the special education landscape in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., and offer recommendations for further steps that might be taken to strengthen the cities’ support...
This report is the first step in developing an evidence base about how charter schools meet the needs of unique learners, how they can improve in this work, and what aspects of chartering as a governance model support...
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Robin Lake and Sivan Tuchman write in The 74 that disability rights advocates are mistargeting their concerns by fighting school choice.
Seattle, WA – There’s ample incendiary debate over student discipline these days, with plenty of finger pointing aimed at “no excuses” charter schools that suspend or expel students at very high rates.
Sivan Tuchman and Travis Pillow share findings from a new analysis of student access to out-of-school learning opportunities in Denver.
In our recent special education study, we found that Washington state’s charter schools are serving students with disabilities at a higher rate than the national charter
Sivan Tuchman and Robin Lake explore differing special-education graduation rates in two states and call on education leaders to do more to prepare students with disabilities for college and life.
Sivan Tuchman urges the school choice community to use language that fosters common ground.
Focus on policies that help families choose the right school for their children’s unique needs, write Robin Lake and Sivan Tuchman.