Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

By Annika Grassl The ability to advocate for yourself and others is increasingly important in today’s social and political
Across the country, black and Latino children with special needs are far less likely to graduate than their white peers.
They're capable of the work. School leaders and teachers just don't always believe it.
Secretary of Education Betsy Devos says that students in the US attend schools that are a “mundane malaise that dampens dreams
By Ashley Sizemore, Staff Attorney, Special Education Unit, New York Legal Assistance Group Last month, the U.S. Supreme
Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee let him know all about it.
Now his would-be colleagues on the Supreme Court may toss aside that standard.