Investing Stimulus Dollars with an Equity Focus

As districts and policymakers distribute educational funding from the American Rescue Plan, we have identified specific strategies to optimize the positive impact of stimulus dollars on students, especially those with disabilities.

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Our Name Change

Our Name Change

We’ve changed our name to broaden the conversation and put learners at the center of what we do.

5 Tips for Ensuring Virtual Meeting Accessibility

5 Tips for Ensuring Virtual Meeting Accessibility

Online meetings, events, and webinars bring unique accessibility challenges. In partnership with the Educating All Learners Alliance, we’ve rounded up top tips for creating an inclusive virtual environment. 

The Center for Learner Equity works toward a future in which schools are designed for the margins from the start. We do so alongside our partners in the education reform and disability advocacy communities while providing expert guidance to policymakers, education leaders, and advocates that bridges the gap between theory and practice.

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NEW: George Floyd isn’t alone — thousands of MN kids are physically restrained at school each year. For @The74/@GuardianUS

“We know it’s happening, we know it’s happening more than we’re aware of, and we know that children are dying as well.” — @LMRHIM https://www.the74million.org/article/george-floyd-isnt-alone-thousands-of-mn-students-are-restrained-at-school-each-year/

What We Do

Document and Communicate Facts

Document and Communicate Facts

The Center is committed to disseminating information about the status of students with disabilities in traditional and charter public schools.

Inform Policy

Inform Policy

As a part of our efforts to engage in the national discussion, the Center works to track and inform federal, state, and local policy that impacts students with disabilities.

Develop Coalitions

Develop Coalitions

The Center is committed to bringing together stakeholders to change the status quo for children with disabilities.

Build Capacity in the Field

Build Capacity in the Field

The Center engages key stakeholders to implement practices that leverage the flexibility created by charter laws to support the full inclusion of students with disabilities.

News from the Center

We've changed our name to broaden the conversation. The National Center for Special Education is now The Center for Learner Equity.Learn more here.
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