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June Policy News Round Up

NCLD and Eye to Eye National hosted LD Day of Action, the House Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies FY 2023 funding bill was approved, bipartisan gun legislation was signed into law, and SCOTUS decided taxpayer dollars can fund private religious schools through voucher programs in Maine. See how NCLD worked on […]

The House LHHS-ED Appropriations Bill Increases IDEA Part B Funding by Roughly $3 Billion

July 1, 2022 — The House Appropriations Committee passed their version of the LHHS-ED Appropriations bill yesterday, providing a total of $86.7 billion in discretionary funds for the Department of Education (ED) — an increase of $10.3 billion over last year’s budget.  NCLD applauds Congress for prioritizing advancements in the education of students with disabilities […]

May 2022 Policy News Round Up

The Mental Health Matters Act was approved by the House Education & Labor Committee, a state bill on college accommodations was passed in Arizona, OCR announced intent to review 504 regulations, a virtual summit on students with disabilities and mental health, and hearing on teacher shortages. See how NCLD worked on behalf of students with […]

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