We Need a Cooperative Approach to Improve Education for Students With Disabilities
Nov 25
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We Need a Cooperative Approach to Improve Education for Students With Disabilities

In November 2020, Education Post published an article by Local Policy Manager Jennifer Coco about the implications of the New Orleans special education lawsuit (P.B. vs. White) ten years on. 

Ten years ago last month, a team of advocacy organizations filed the New Orleans special education lawsuit (P.B. v. White) in federal court. The class-action suit laid out the harms caused by the Louisiana Department of Education’s failure to deliver special education services to students with disabilities as required by the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Ultimately, the case resulted in a still-active consent judgment that provided federal oversight over special education in New Orleans.

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