Special Education

YPI Charter School’s Special Education Program provides a highly engaging small group and/or individualized education in an inclusive setting depending on individual student needs. The program provides regular and ongoing assessment of each student’s progress towards his or her specific IEP goals and objectives.

We understand that parent relationship is an essential part of student success. Periodic trainings are made available to help parents better understand the needs of their child, implement the IEP at home, and to provide support in behavior management. Parents are provided formal Parent/teacher conferences each semester and ongoing communication from the program regarding their child’s progress.

The program is in an inclusive setting providing interaction with nondisabled peers. Planned and informal interactions among peers allow for maximum success in the application of social skills.

The School uses a School-Wide Positive Behavior Support system that defines expectations across multiple settings, uses positive, proactive approach to manage behavior, and utilizes accommodations to minimize problem behavior.

Resource Specialist Program (RSP)

  • Small Group and Individual Instruction
  • Project-based learning
  • Technology integration
  • Push-in or Pull-out Model
  • Ongoing Progress Management
  • Individualized Classroom Accommodations and Modifications
  • Full-Time Teachers and Support Staff

Services and Supports

  • Counseling & Guidance
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Hard of Hearing

Bert Corona Charter High School is proud to be a founding member of the Charter Operated Programs (COP), a unit of the LAUSD Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA). The Charter Operated Programs provides support and oversight for charter school special education programs.

Parents may participate in district wide parent committees and training opportunities. Visit the following link to find important LAUSD announcements and upcoming events. Click here for parent training.

Booklets and brochures about Special Education and the IEP process

“Change is the end result of true learning.”

For more information contact:
Vashon Nutt, Director of Special Education