COVID-19 Legislative Updates
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NCLD Applauds Congress for Increases in IDEA Funding for Fiscal Year 2023
[WASHINGTON, DC. December 22, 2022] — The National Center for Learning Disabilities is pleased that the Senate has passed the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 with increases in federal funding that supports the education of students with learning disabilities. The bill is expected to pass the House of Representatives tomorrow and then be signed into law. […]
November Policy News Round-Up
NCLD continues to gather support for college accommodations access (RISE Act), looks ahead to the 118th Congress, and welcomes a new CEO. Learn more about what NCLD did this month. Support for the RISE Act to Pass the U.S. Senate Recap: In September, the Respond, Innovate, Succeed, and Empower (RISE) Act passed the U.S. House […]
- NCLD Announces 2021 Federal Policy Agenda for 117th Congress
- NCLD Releases “Planning for Equity and Inclusion: A Guide to Reopening Schools”
- NCLD Calls on Congress to Follow Department of Education Recommendations, Preserve IDEA
- NCLD Calls on Congress to Provide Robust Investments in Response to COVID-19
- Recommendations on Emergency Funding Application
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