Policy Updates & Resources

Wish List: 3 Things We Hope to See in the Senate Committee Markup of ESEA

Written by Rachel Norman

As we head into the Senate Committee markup of the bill next week, we are hopeful that ESEA/The Every Child Achieves Act will maintain and expand high expectations for students with learning and attention issues through three key ways.

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The Simple Message I Brought to Congress: My Son’s Story

Written by Amanda Morin

We’ve all heard advocacy groups say, “We urge you to reach out to your representatives.” How often do you do it? Maybe you think, “I can’t do that. I wouldn’t know what to say,” or “I’m only one person, I can’t make a difference.” But one person can make a difference, as I found out … Continue reading The Simple Message I Brought to Congress: My Son’s Story

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Parents & Experts Bring Unified Message to Congress

Written by Meghan Casey, Policy Research & Advocacy Associate

 “Your son Johnny is a great kid, but don’t expect that he’ll go to college.” “Your daughter Janie tries so hard, but math is just something she won’t ever be able to learn.” All too often, these are the messages heard by parents of children with disabilities. These parents can often make a long list … Continue reading Parents & Experts Bring Unified Message to Congress

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NCLD Senate Briefing: Raising the Bar for Students with Disabilities

Part of our work at NCLD includes educating Congress about issues that are important to parents of children with learning and attention issues. This week, NCLD is hosting a briefing in the Senate to discuss an important topic: setting high expectations for students with disabilities. If you’re in the Washington, DC area, please join us … Continue reading NCLD Senate Briefing: Raising the Bar for Students with Disabilities

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