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This article was published on Campus Technology by Rhea Kelly on June 14, 2021. Digital Promise, a nonprofit focused on closing the digital skills gap, is embarking on an effort to design and communicate the value of more equitable Learning and Employment Records (LERs). LERs are “digital records of an individual’s skills, credentials, diplomas, and […]

This article was published on UPI by Brian P. Dunleavy on July 12, 2021. July 12 (UPI) — Children who suffer a traumatic brain injury are at nearly five times higher risk for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder one year or more later, an analysis published Monday by JAMA Pediatrics found. Among people age 4 to 18 who experience a […]

This article was published on the Daily Post by Emily Mibach on July 12, 2021. The father of a child with disabilities is suing the Palo Alto Unified School District because his son wasn’t allowed to go mask-less at summer school, and could be held back. The child is about to be a senior and […]

This article was published on Michigan Radio by Caroline Llanes on July 5, 2021. Ann Arbor Public Schools and the Michigan Department of Education are defendants in a lawsuit filed in federal court on June 30. The lawsuit, brought by parents of special education students in AAPS, alleges inadequate special education services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

This article was published on K12 Dive by Kara Arundel on July 2, 2021. Dive Brief: Schools faced significant struggles during remote and hybrid learning to continue educational and support services for students with disabilities, but there were also numerous pre-existing and newly created resources that helped schools meet students’ needs, a virtual panel during […]

This article was published on Indianapolis Star by Arika Herron on June 29, 2021. A federal investigation into the Indiana Department of Education over the concerns that students with disabilities were being denied equal access to education during the COVID-19 pandemic has been dismissed.  The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights said, in a letter issued […]