"If a secret ballot is important to you, it's important to a blind person, as well," said Chris Danielsen with the National Federation of the Blind.
“I wouldn’t trade him for anything!” parenting vlogger Myka Stauffer said about her adoptive son two years ago in a post that doubled as an ad for laundry detergent.
After a previous HuffPost report, the state has issued guidance saying such practices are illegal, violating the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and state Department of Education regulations.
The lawsuit claims the New York governor is the only state governor not providing an ASL interpreter during his highly watched daily COVID-19 updates.
As a work-from-home mom, I didn’t expect to feel like I have more opportunities during the coronavirus crisis, but I do.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and her colleagues want increased support for people with disabilities in the next stimulus package.
Disability rights advocates were concerned that U.S. Secretary of Education was going to attempt to gut the law.
Parents Worry New School Waivers Could Unravel Special Ed Protections. Districts Say They're Necessary.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is preparing recommendations on whether schools should be freed from some disability law requirements amid the pandemic.
"I’ve been socially distancing since I was in elementary school."
"With schools closed during the coronavirus pandemic, parents of children with disabilities are facing a new set of challenges."