The Charter SELPA is Proud to Offer Ongoing Program Support in the Following Areas:

• Access to Special Education Program Specialists
• Professional Learning
• Special Education Program Insight & Design
• Facilitation of the IEP (Individual Education Plan)
• Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
• Resource Development
• Curriculum Problem Solving Assistance
• Access to Local Listing of Certified Non-Public Agencies & Non-Public Schools
• Networking and Resource Sharing with Other Charters Across the State

The Charter SELPA provides much more than special education funding. Schools that are looking to improve current practices or train incoming educators are able to take advantage of more than 100 professional learning opportunities offered.

The Charter SELPA offers a variety of training opportunities on various platforms.

  • Regional trainings are offered throughout the state and may be attended by anyone who is interested. Schools that are part of the Charter SELPA may request site-based trainings.

  • Site-based trainings are tailored to the needs of a specific school site and attended by participants of the school’s choosing.

  • Webinars are live, online trainings given by a SELPA program specialist. Anyone may register for our webinars.

Important Guidelines & Resources

Suicide & Self-Harm: A Prevention & Response Toolkit for Educators

This toolkit includes resources that will help schools and educators prevent and handle occurrences of suicide or self-harm.

Ensuring Educational Benefit Through A Compliant IEP

This resource will help educators and IEP teams navigate the IEP process and create an educational plan that benefits the student.

Section 504 Guidelines

This guideline provides tools and resources to use and support LEAs in designing their own policies and procedures that align with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Independent Educational Evaluations Guidelines

This guideline provides special education administration and staff with an overview of the federal and state laws surrounding IEEs and recommended best practices when working with parents/guardians and assessors when the LEA has received a request for an IEE.

Non-Public Schools & Residential Treatment Centers Guidelines

This guideline informs Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams regarding procedures to be followed when students with disabilities’ needs go beyond what can be provided on a comprehensive school campus.

Student Study Teams Guidelines

This guideline will help teams consider, plan, and assess general education interventions and supports for students experiencing academic, speech/language, and/or social emotional/behavioral difficulties.

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