The Center for Learner Equity is proud to partner with the Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) on the Inclusive School Spotlight Series podcast, hosted by CLE’s own Senior Director of Communications and Marketing, Caché Owens.
The Center for Learner Equity partnered with the National Charter School Resource Center to host a webinar entitled, “Providing Students with Disabilities Equitable Access to Charter Schools.”
In collaboration with the Camden Education Fund, CLE explores Uncommon Camden Prep High School’s experience in developing a continuum of placements for students with disabilities.
n response to the U.S. Department of Education (ED) release of new guidance packages designed to clarify schools’ obligations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) in the use of disciplinary practices on students with disabilities, the Center for Learner Equity (CLE) releases a statement.
The Center for Learner Equity partnered with the Camden Education Fund, a non-profit organization in New Jersey dedicated to accelerating progress in Camden’s public school system to publish two case studies.
The Center for Learner Equity (CLE) is pleased to see that the final Charter School Program regulations released by the US Department of Education reflect many of our recommendations.
The month of June is designated as a time to highlight the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had in history. To celebrate Pride Month, CLE launched a social media campaign to share LGBTQ+ resources and to highlight influential disabled LGBTQ advocates.
The Center for Learner Equity concluded its final session of the Accelerating Inclusion Institute on June 2, 2022. In collaboration with the Camden Education Fund, this pilot program was a capacity-building cohort to improve the educational experiences of students with disabilities in Camden, NJ.
The Center for Learner Equity (CLE) has received a three-year, $825,000 grant from the Walton Family Foundation (WFF) to support research and the development of coalitions dedicated to improving educational opportunities and outcomes for students with disabilities.
The Center for Learner Equity partnered with CACSA to publish reports exploring policies impacting students with disabilities in Colorado and the experiences of families of students with disabilities navigating educational opportunities within the state.