DC has a long history of troubled and inequitable special education services. Our October 10 show, on the state of special education in DC’s publicly
DC has a long history of troubled and inequitable special education services. Tune in Thu 10/10 for the latest.
Jitu Brown, national director of Journey for Justice Alliance, discussed the #WeChoose campaign — Education Equity, not the Illusion of Choice — on the first
Weadé Wallace, deputy director of Advocates for Justice and Education, joins the Education Town Hall to discuss the organization’s work and the state of special
Advocates for Justice and Education was founded in 1996 by DC public school parents seeking educational justice for students with special needs. Nearly 20 years
BATs (BadAss Teacher Association members) from around the nation are descending on the U.S. Department of Education on Monday, July 28. Learn why over 48,000