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    Let the real experts determine how to assess students with disabilities

    Let me be very clear: decisions about how to assess students with disabilities ought to be made at the school level by the dedicated team of educators who work with that student and their parents.

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    State news roundup for May 23, 2015

    This week we talk about CT educators addressing student poverty, state-wide assessments in ME, how OH is trying to fix the broken charter school funding system and the Senate budget in MA.

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    California teachers ignite online campaign to gain stronger voice for students

    Educators start internet petition to get online charter school operators to recognize their right to advocate for students

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  • WA Walkouts Feature

    Thousands of WA educators stage rolling walkouts over school funding

    Educators in nearly 60 Washington school districts have organized one-day walkouts to protest Legislature’s failure to fund K-12 public schools.

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    How Congress’ underfunding of special education shortchanges us all

    Congress has never met even half of its funding obligation under the law it passed to advance the opportunity of students with special needs.

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  1. Let the real experts determine how to assess students with disabilities
  2. State news roundup for May 23, 2015
  3. California teachers ignite online campaign to gain stronger voice for students
  4. Thousands of WA educators stage rolling walkouts over school funding
  5. How Congress’ underfunding of special education shortchanges us all

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