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July Policy News Round-Up

New school discipline guidance is issued, the Office for Civil Rights released their FY 2021 annual report, disability advocates seek stronger Section 504 regulations, and NCLD joined the Committee for Education Funding to advocate for increased federal education funding. See how NCLD worked on behalf of students with disabilities this month. Biden Administration Issues New […]

NCLD Praises the Biden Administration’s New Federal School Discipline Guidance 

Washington, DC – The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) applauds the Biden Administration for issuing new federal school discipline guidance today. This guidance reinforces critical civil rights obligations and provides evidence-based strategies that will protect our students with disabilities in school and help ensure a free and appropriate public education. It is critical that […]

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 […]

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