This post comments on the NACSA’s report of Charter School Applications, and emphasizes the need for more information regarding special education considerations.
This post explains the victory for COPAA and the disability advocacy community against Secretary DeVos’ decision to delay implementation of the Equity in IDEA regulations. In addition, it highlights the perpetuated disproportionality these regulations will work to eliminate.
This post relays the statement made by The Center’s executive director, Lauren Morando Rhim, in response to Secretary DeVos’ proposed education tax credit.
This post relays the issues addressed by KASSA and urges the subcommitee to pass it.
This post outlines 3 main arguments against the U.S. Department of Education’s NPRM and asks instead to focus on enforcing Title IX requirements.
This post relays the Center’s support for the U.S. Department of Education’s initiative to address the inappropriate use of restraint and seclusion.
This post highlights five special education issues that the Center will be keeping an eye on in 2019.
This post lays out a complaint made by Advocates for Children against Success Academy, a NYC organization that manages over 45 charter schools. It also sheds light on the lack of clarity with the issues raised, and the need for clearer support for students with disabilities in charter schools.
This post highlights the Center’s recommendations to OSERS and OSEP regarding Results-Driven Accountability.
This post recounts the Center’s statement on the U.S. Department of Education’s decision to rescind the 2014 Discipline Guidance.