All Children Can Learn: Education Advocacy for Children with Disabilities—Session 2
Join the Yurok Tribal Education Department, Hoopa Tribal Education Department, True North Organizing Network, NCIDC, The Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF), Building Healthy Communities, and the ACLU of Northern California
All Children Can Learn: Education Advocacy for Children with Disabilities
- The rights of children with disabilities, suspected disability, and their families and communities
- Understand how evaluation and eligibility work and the services, supports, and accommodations available to students with disabilities
- Overview of Laws that Protect Children with Disabilities in Education Settings (Privacy, Equal Access and Anti-discrimination, Special Education)
- How parents, caretakers, teachers and others can advocate for childrens’ rights and participate effectively in the process
Wednesday, August 14 • 10 am–2 pm
NCIDC, 241 F St., Eureka, CA 95501
*** Family-friendly, Childcare will be provided
Meals are provided at all trainings.
Please let us know if you need accommodations.
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