Posts Tagged ‘Special Education’

Declining Enrollment Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

When the school year began, all school districts faced a tough decision on what learning model should be implemented in […]

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Legislators Finally Reach a Deal on K-12 Bill. What Did (& Didn’t) Make the Cut?

More than one month after the regular 2021 legislative session ended, legislators have reached an agreement on the K-12 education omnibus […]

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If Schools Refuse to Support Children Who Need Special Education Services, Where Should Parents Turn?

My child has autism. But rather than getting much needed supports and working in partnership with educators, schools have repeatedly […]

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What’s in the Governor’s Education Budget?

Late January, Governor Walz released a budget proposal with 428-pages on education. Many of the priorities tie back to his […]

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MN Education During COVID-19: Legislative Action Coming

After going on hiatus March 17, legislators announced they will reconvene for one day. On Thursday, March 26 they will […]

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EdAllies’ 2020 Priorities at the Capitol

The 2020 legislative session starts today, and policymakers have already identified their top priorities for the year. At EdAllies, we’re […]

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My Daughter’s Disability Was Not Her Destiny—and the Right School Made all the Difference

My daughter sat quietly at the table, just staring at the paraprofessional as he quizzed her. He got louder and […]

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