Policy Updates & Resources

Two Bills Supported by NCLD Receive Renewed Interest

The 115th Congress is coming to an end in December and members of Congress are thinking about which issues they want to work on in  the next session, which begins in January 2019. So far, we’ve seen an increased interest in two bills that NCLD has supported from advocates and the media recently and it’s … Continue reading Two Bills Supported by NCLD Receive Renewed Interest

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What the 2018 Congressional Elections Mean for Students with Disabilities

With most of the 2018 races decided, we are looking ahead to see what the new Congress will do in 2019 to improve the lives of students with disabilities. Democrats will gain at least 37 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and will be in power of the chamber come January. The Senate will … Continue reading What the 2018 Congressional Elections Mean for Students with Disabilities

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NCLD Opposes “Donor” Profiting From Private School Vouchers

Last month, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), sent a letter to the IRS expressing our support for closing the loophole that has allowed donors to profit off of contributions to private school voucher programs in many states. In some states, a donor can contribute money to the state’s private school voucher program and … Continue reading NCLD Opposes “Donor” Profiting From Private School Vouchers

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LD Awareness Month 2018: NCLD Celebrates LD Stories of Success

October is an important month in the learning disability (LD) and disability communities. During October, we celebrate LD Awareness, Dyslexia Awareness, and ADHD Awareness. Each year, NCLD spends the month recognizing the strengths and successes of people with LD and their families. We also aim to raise awareness and defeat the stigma — or the … Continue reading LD Awareness Month 2018: NCLD Celebrates LD Stories of Success

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