Sites of Interest
- Chapter 194-B: Chartered Public Schools - New Hampshire law on Charter Schools
- Part 318 of the New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules, Charter Schools - Charter Schools are required to meet Part 318 of the NH Code of Administrative Rules
- U.S. Department of Education- CSP - Charter School Program State Educational Agencies (SEA) Grant - CFDA Number: 84.282A
- Public Charter Schools Federal Statute - Provides the laws and guidance on the Charter Schools Program.
- Charter Schools Program (CSP) Nonregulatory Guidance - An updated version of the CSP nonregulatory guidance handbook (January 2014), which addresses questions the USDOE has received regarding various provisions of the CSP authorizing statute (Title V, Part B of the ESEA).
- Title I, Part A - Helping Disadvantaged Children Meet High Standards - NHDOE Title I website for allocations and helpful resources
- Title I Requirements on Charter Schools, Non-Regulatory Guidance - Provides guidance on the impact of Title I requirements on Charter Schools
- English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program, K-12
- USDOE Guidance on Obligations of Charter Schools to Comply with Federal Civil Rights Laws - see Press Release
- National Charter School Resource Center - serves as a national center to provide on-demand resources, information, and technical assistance to support successful planning, authorizing, implementation, and sustainability of high-quality charter schools - subscribe to monthly newsletters
- Grant Possibilities - National Charter School Resource Center provides information for Charter Schools about grant possibilities
- New Hampshire Center for Innovative Schools - Matt Southerton, Director
- New Hampshire Public Charter School Association - Eileen Liponis, Director
- Charter Schools Lottery Selection Guidelines
- Attorney General's Memorandum on NH's Right-to-Know law, RSA Chapter 91-A
- Chapter 186-C: Special Education - New Hampshire law on Special Education
- New Hampshire Rules for the Education of Children with Disabilities
- New Hampshire Certification of Teachers
- New Hampshire Food & Nutrition Services
- School Health Services
- NH Department of Health and Human Services - Immunization Requirements
- Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- Bullying and Cyberbullying Resources
- Common Core State Standards
- NH State Council on the Arts
There are many factors to consider when opening a new school. It is recommended that you visit the following websites:
Student Level Data Collection and Charter School Per Pupil Aid
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