Learn about Extended School Year and how you can request Extended School Year for your child with an Individualized Education Program or IEP.
At the beginning of the year, DRC hosted the Education Equity Summit which brought together several federal and state officers and public policy thought leaders to discuss education equity for the most marginalized students: African American, Indigenous, Latinx students with disabilities.
This training will help you learn how to navigate compensatory education and learning recovery services if your child with a disability has been impacted by COVID-19 school closures or distance learning.
En este entrenamiento, aprenderá sobre el proceso de transición y los recursos disponibles para los estudiantes con discapacidades que desean asistir a instituciones postsecundarias.
In this training/presentation you will learn about the transition process and the resources available to students with mental health disabilities wanting to attend post-secondary institutions.
The California Department of Education “CDE” has recently ordered LAUSD to provide assessments, IEP meetings, and/or compensatory education to LAUSD students whose special education has been affected by COVID-19.
Ya sea que viva en su propio hogar, hogar grupal, hogar para personas de la tercera edad o un centro residencial como un hogar de pensión y cuidado tiene derechos que lo protegen contra el abuso, la negligencia o de ser el blanco de un crimen.
If you are an adult with a disability or an elder who has been abused, neglected, or targeted for a crime because of your disability you have special protections. In this training you will learn what abuse, neglect and crime can be and what to do if you are a victim.
Learn about the California Department of Education’s recent decision requiring the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) to complete outstanding special education assessments during COVID-19, SCUSD’s plan to complete outstanding special education assessments, and advocacy tips for families.