Phi Delta Kappan’s November issue, themed “What Makes a Good School?” featured a piece by Lauren Morando Rhim, arguing that a school cannot be good unless it is good for all students, including students with disabilities.
On October 20, K-12 Dive reported on the CRDC’s new data showing that students with disabilities are subject to disproportionate rates of harsh discipline, quoting Lauren Morando Rhim.
On October 15, NJ Left Behind reprinted the Center’s statement on new data from the Civil Rights Data Collection that shows that students with disabilities continue to face disproportionate rates of harsh disciplinary practices.
On October 13, Edweek posted a story on how New Orleans plans to help students make up for learning losses during the pandemic and quoted Lauren Morando Rhim.
In an October 7 piece, The 74 Million shared Senior Policy Director Wendy Tucker’s concerns about disproportionate discipline of students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On July 29, 2020, The 74 Million published a piece quoting Senior Policy Director Wendy Tucker that highlighted the difficulties that many families have faced in getting educational services for their children with disabilities during the pandemic.
On July 17, 2020, Lauren Morando Rhim spoke to Newsy about the challenges of remote learning for students with disabilities.
On July 8, 2020, THE Journal published an article highlighting a Back to School Facilities Toolkit created by Brooklyn Laboratory Charter Schools with input from the Center.
On July 8, 2020, EdWeek posted a story about the challenge of transportation to school for students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Center’s Wendy Tucker provided background information for this article.
On June 24, RealClear Education published an op-ed by the Center’s Policy Director, Simone Hall, on the intersection of Blackness, disability, and policing in the public education system.