ESEA Must Benefit Students with Disabilities
Congress is currently fine tuning the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), a major piece of legislation that impacts the education of students across the nation. NDRN is working to ensure the bill includes strong provisions that benefit students with disabilities but we need your help.
Please join us in our fight! Contact your Representative and Senators.
Learn more about why ESEA is so important for kids with disabilities
ESEA Conference Letter - November 6, 2015
On October 8, NDRN attended a round table convened by Secretary Duncan, Deputy Secretary King and Senators Booker, Murphy and Warren which discussed the crucial role of accountability in ESEA. To read NDRN’s thank you letter regarding the event, please go to [NDRN Roundtable thank you letter]
NDRN submits comments on the Head Start Performance Stand - October 1, 2015
NDRN letter in opposition to the Salmon Amendment #129 - July 8, 2015
NDRN letter in support of the Democratic Substitute - July 8, 2015
NDRN letter to the full House opposing H.R. 5 - July 8, 2015
NDRN joined a number of civil rights groups in opposition to anti-testing efforts that are discouraging students from taking standardized tests and subverting the validity of data about educational outcomes - May 7, 2015
NDRN thanks Senator Murray for her leadership during markup of ECAA - April 21, 2015
NDRN letter to the HELP Committee on the Every Child Achieves Act - April 13, 2015
NDRN letter opposing The Student Success Act (H.R. 5) - February 24, 2015
This handbook serves as a blueprint on collaboration between the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act funded parent training and information centers (PTIs) and community parent resource centers (CPRCs) and the protection and advocacy (P&A) and client assistance (CAP) programs funded by the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The handbook includes examples of memoranda of understanding (MOU) that projects can use to develop their own MOUs.
Advocating For the Rights of Students with Diabetes (11/14/2011)