by Andy JonesOctober 30, 2016
by Andy JonesOctober 29, 2016
by Andy JonesOctober 28, 2016
by Andy JonesOctober 27, 2016
Notice to all Third Year Law Students and Recent Law School Graduates: Disability Rights Washington Seeks to Host a Sponsored Fellowship Addressing the Special Education Rights of Native American Students with Disabilities Disability Rights Washington (DRW) is seeking to host a sponsored...
In DRW’s Summer 2008 issue of Envoy, we wrote about an effort of students and self-advocates to convince then Governor Christine Gregoire and the Washington State Legislature to include disability history in all public schools and universities.
These fourth-grade students released their art exhibit, which consists of student-drafted portraits and biographies of adults living with disabilities.
Both Seattle's National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate, KUOW, and the Seattle Times launched stories this week detailing the shortcomings of Seattle's special education system. Stories chronicle individualized education plans that were not followed and years of advocacy trying to acquire, but going...
Several special education issues trickled onto this year's State Parent Teacher Association's (PTA) legislative platform, thanks in part to an emergence of special education PTAs across the state.