Four other charter schools that did not meet renewal standards earned three-year contract renewals.
With FEMA cash aid limited to certain groups, grassroots organizations have mobilized to fill unmet needs.
FEMA provides cash aid only to citizens and ‘qualified immigrants,’ a category that doesn’t include undocumented people, many on temporary visas or DACA recipients.
Advocates say the policy also aims to ensure access to school staff and students.
The changes included increased protections against retaliation and requirements on reporting suspected abuse to the district. The district will now seek to approve them through OPSB policy, rather than contract revisions.
Two teachers unions in New Orleans have also asked that the school year be delayed.
Nearly 40 parents delivered a letter to school administrators asking that special education audits be made public.
Charter schools aren’t required to follow district policies.
All of ReNEW’s schools received D’s and F’s from the state this year.
Lack of language services violates federal law.