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This article was written by Jillian Atelsek of the Frederick News-Post and posted by Government on November 1, 2021. The classroom next door was getting rowdy, but Pam Adams-Campbell didn’t seem to notice. She smiled, alone in her small office. Her eyes were fixed on the computer monitor in front of her, balanced on […]

This article was written by Shawnna Yashar and published by the Fairfax Times on November 1, 2021. Dear Editor – This week, my husband and I had our son’s parent teacher conference. He’s reading at a first-grade level. He’s 9 and should be in 4th grade.    Private testing diagnosed him with dyslexia in August 2020. […]

This article was written by Michelle Diament of the Disability Scoop on November 1, 2021 Amid concerns about a decline in referrals, federal officials are pressing states to ensure that young kids with disabilities receive the early intervention services they’re entitled to. The U.S. Department of Education released two guidance documents late last week clarifying […]

This article was written by Barbara A. Glassman and Frankie Miranda and published by The 74 Million. Charmaine Salmon is an Afro-Latina single mother of two struggling to keep a roof over her head. Like many Black and Latino parents in New York City, she fears for her children’s future. Remote learning was extremely tough. […]

This article was written by Blake Apgar of the Las Vegas Review-Journal on October 25, 2021. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced a first-of-its-kind grant program Monday that will help families with disabled children recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Transforming Opportunities for Toddlers and Students (TOTS) program will use $5 million in federal coronavirus relief […]

This article was written by Robin J. Lake and published by Education Week on October 25, 2021. In a rush to return to normal and leave last year’s remote learning debacles in the rearview mirror, states and school systems have thrown away a potential pandemic breakthrough: the ability to shift quickly and seamlessly to remote […]

This article was written by Annie Ma of NBC 5 Chicago on October 23, 2021. Even as schools have returned in full swing across the country, complications wrought by the pandemic persist, often falling hardest on those least able to weather them: families without transportation, people with limited income or other financial hardship, people who […]