The pandemic has ushered in a new era of student discipline, both in and outside of the school building.
On this 33rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we honor and celebrate its profound impact on our society while also recognizing that the promise of this groundbreaking civil rights law has yet to be fully realized. Our hope is to both celebrate the achievements and advocate for even greater change.
CLE recognizes the significant progress made in the charter sector but calls for more action to be inclusive and effective for all children.
Check out the recap of our March 2023 social media campaign for “Enabling Meaningful Inclusion: Lessons from School Leaders”.
CLE supports ban opposing the use of corporal punishment in all public schools by passing the Protecting All Students in Schools Act.
CLE celebrates Black History Month by highlighting Black disability activists and organizations making an impact in the disability community.
Jennifer Coco and Wendy Tucker take on new roles at the Center for Learner Equity with the goal of expanding the organization’s mission in targeted geographies.
“Enabling Meaningful Inclusion: Lessons from School Leaders” explores how various school districts across the country intentionally create learning environments for students with disabilities.
The circumstances are sobering and unacceptable: Students are being suspended and expelled from American public schools at an alarming rate. Even worse, students with specific profiles are consistently and disparately subjected to exclusionary discipline in much higher numbers. CLE’s Paul O’Neil explores the nuances of informal discipline in today’s schools. Read Subterranean Discipline Brief HERE
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