All Charter Schools in Massachusetts serve students with disabilities. Charter schools must accept all students who apply, and whose names are selected through a lottery. They may not discriminate in admissions against students on the basis of disability, special need or prior academic achievement.
The Individuals with Disablities Education Act-2004 (IDEA), is a federal special education law, that requires that states and public schools provide students with disabilities a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) and access to the general education curriculum commensurate with their non-disabled peers, and that the educational placement of students with disabilities be in the least restrictive educational placement which still meets the unique needs of the student.
Foxborough Regional Charter School supports students through a variety of services including:
- Adjustment Counseling
- Social Work
- Health Services
- Special Education
- 504 Accommodations