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It is a campaign, supported by politicians and charities, calling on the government to put disabled people and their parents and carers at the center of their SEND (Special Education Needs and Disabilities) review. In an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, activists claim that the hardest hit were “largely excluded and even misrepresented” […]

Governor Ralph Northam plans to provide $ 250 million in federal aid to HVAC improvements in K-12 schools, but education advocates and actual school system administrators want more fairness in how the money is distributed and more flexibility in how it is used. The investment in ventilation systems, a recurring focus In the midst of […]