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EDUCATION RIGHTS CASES TO WATCH

Published on: October 3, 2019

New and pending cases to remedy state failures to provide adequate resources, funding, facilities and special education programs in public schools have advanced in numerous courts. Here’s what we’re watching.

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ELC STAUNCHLY OPPOSES U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION'S PROPOSED SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT RULES

Published on: February 4, 2019

ELC has submitted detailed comments objecting to the poorly-reasoned and unlawful Title IX regulations recently proposed by the U.S. Department of Education.

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EDUCATION RIGHTS CASES TO WATCH IN 2019

Published on: January 10, 2019

In 2018, new cases were filed and pending cases advanced in numerous courts to remedy state education failures. Here are some important cases ELC is watching in 2019.

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SECRETARY DEVOS'S SCHOOL SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS HAVE NO PLACE IN OUR SCHOOLS

Published on: December 18, 2018

ELC released a statement in opposition to recommendations by the Federal Commission on School Safety released by the Trump administration. 

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ELC LEADING THE FIGHT FOR EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS

Published on: September 26, 2017

As a national leader in defending the right to education, ELC currently represents public school children in courtrooms from New York to Michigan. Here's a roundup of our major pending cases.

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VALUING PUBLIC EDUCATION: A 50 STATE REPORT CARD

Published on: February 16, 2016

The Network for Public Education has issued an evaluation of how well states and the District of Columbia support public schools. There have been many reports purporting to rank state policies on public education, but the NPE report card is different.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER: THE SCHOTT 50-STATE REPORT ON EDUCATION OF BLACK AND LATINO MALES

Published on: March 11, 2015

The Schott Foundation released its latest report on the four-year graduation rates for Black and Latino males compared to other groups, highlighting how persistent systemic disparities in opportunity create a climate and perception of populations less-valued.

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