The Inclusive School Spotlight Series is back with Season 2! The podcast collaboration between CLE and EALA highlights schools that are using innovative practices to educate students with disabilities.
The Center for Learner Equity (CLE), a national organization dedicated to ensuring students with disabilities thrive, is pleased to announce a charitable gift of $3.5 million from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. This donation will accelerate CLE’s initiatives to eradicate the complex, pervasive, and systematic barriers that prevent students with disabilities from accessing educational opportunities, quality support, and inclusive environments.
Center for Learner Equity research manager, Laura Stelitano was quoted in an EdWeek article centered on the pandemic’s impact on learning for student with disabilities.
CLE’s Laura Stelitano discusses the special education teacher shortage with KARE11 News.
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.
Lauren Morando Rhim discusses the implications of the special education staff shortage with The 74.
CLE’s senior director of policy, Wendy Tucker is quoted in The 74.
CLE senior director of policy, Wendy Tucker was quoted in Education Week’s article titled “L.A. Agrees to Do More After Failing on Special Education. Could Other Districts Be Next?” on April 29, 2022.
CLE comments regarding special education changes set forth by the Department of Education were featured in K-12 Dive’s “Proposed Ed Dept. rules are ‘sneak attack’ on charter schools opponents say” on April 25, 2022.
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.