What We’ve Done Together

NCLD Responds to Department of Education’s Request for Comment on IDEA Website

Not long ago, there was a brief shutdown of the U.S. Department of Education’s idea.ed.gov website.  Since then, the Department has restored the website and has posted a notice seeking public comment on how to improve the site. NCLD shared our thoughts on how to improve website, including making it serve as a centralized hub of … Continue reading NCLD Responds to Department of Education’s Request for Comment on IDEA Website

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Trump FY 2018 Budget Proposal: A Threat to Students, Teachers & Quality Public Education

Today, the White House released President Trump’s initial budget proposal for FY 2018. By cutting $9 billion – or 13% – from federal education spending, the Administration’s budget proposal undermines public education and fails to support our nation’s students and teachers. Read a statement by Mimi Corcoran, NCLD CEO & President, on the Administration’s Budget … Continue reading Trump FY 2018 Budget Proposal: A Threat to Students, Teachers & Quality Public Education

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NCLD Statement Urges Senate to Resolve Concerns Before Voting on DeVos Nomination

Statement by Mimi Corcoran, President & CEO, National Center for Learning Disabilities on the Confirmation of Betsy DeVos for U.S. Secretary of Education The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) has serious concerns about the commitment of U.S. Secretary of Education nominee, Betsy Devos, to uphold federal civil rights law.  NCLD urges the U.S. Senate to resolve these concerns by … Continue reading NCLD Statement Urges Senate to Resolve Concerns Before Voting on DeVos Nomination

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5 Ways the New Congress and Administration Can Support the 1 in 5 with Learning and Attention Issues

We’ve shared these 5 ways to improve outcomes for the 1 in 5 with every member of Congress and with officials at the Department of Education.

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