|Coalition for Community Schools, Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL), via ERIC
||Community Schools: Supporting One Another As A Blueprint for the Future
||A report that features the experiences and practices of community schools from across the country during the pandemic. It highlights promising practices and provides suggestions for school-level, district-level, and state-level community school policies moving forward.
|National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools
||Student Discipline Best Practices for Charter Schools to Employ
||This brief guidance document contains a list of ten student discipline best practices for charter schools and ten student discipline mistakes for charter schools to avoid.
||Inside Successful District-Charter Compacts
||An article exploring successful district-charter compacts, the landscape for district-charter compacts, and a few brief case studies that highlight the potential of compacts.
|SAGE Journals, Journal of School Leadership
||Principalship socialization in charter schools
||This study explores the ways in which charter schools manage principalship socialization of individuals as they move into principalship roles. Data were collected from three charter elementary schools in Florida during the 2012–2013 school year. The results reveal variation among the schools with respect to preparation for principalship transitions and subsequent socialization. This study provides a conceptual/analytic framework that can serve as a foundation for future research, which should (1) highlight the practices associated with using socialization as a stepping stone to building-level principalship and (2) compare network-based and stand-alone charter schools with respect to principalship development.
|National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools, Illinois Network of Charter Schools (INCS), National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
||Building Capacity to Provide Quality Special Education Services and Supports: A Toolkit of Emerging Best Practices and Opportunities for Charter Support Organizations
||This toolkit- designed by the National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools; INCS; and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools- seeks to support charter school organizations (CSOs) support charter schools in their education of students with disabilities
|Education Commission of the States
||50-State Comparison: Charter School Policies
||In January 2020, Education Commission of the States researched and updated charter school policies in all 50 states to serve as a resource to better understand the charter school landscape and variety of policies across the country.
||Four Domains for Significant and
Sustainable Charter School Improvement-
A Systems Framework for the Charter Context
|This research-based framework is for educators and policymakers at all levels of the public charter school system who believe that improvement is in reach for some struggling charter schools.
The framework is also a resource for a charter school operator that has agreed to restart a charter
school and for a charter school board that has identified the need to improve its school’s performance
and seeks to intervene before an authorizer determines the need for formal action.