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Digital Learning Virtual Mini-Fest hosted by CERApril 1, 2020

 **Media Advisory**COUNTERING COVID: Don’t Let Education Fall Into the CurveDigital Learning Virtual Mini-Fest hosted by CERApril 2, 2020 - 11am - 1pm ETRSVP to PR@edreform.com WASHINGTON - The Center for Education Reform (CER), a leading voice in promoting education opportunity, will host a virtual mini-fest featuring the world’s leading Ed Tech developers and educators to address innovations available now […]

Activists & Families Marching to South Carolina Democratic Presidential DebateFebruary 24, 2020

TOMORROW: Parents and advocates for education equity & justice rally to call out candidates who oppose bothFebruary 24, 2020 – WASHINGTON —Tomorrow’s rally in Charleston, South Carolina, led by civil rights leader Dr. Howard Fuller and members of the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schoolsnear the site of the next candidate debate for the 2020 Democratic presidential […]

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Amidst COVID-19, America’s Schools Don’t Need A Hall PassApril 3, 2020

Forbes | April 2, 2020By Jeanne AllenWhile the impact of the pandemic on education doesn’t have an official start date in the United States, by March 11th, many of Washington state’s schools, including in Seattle, were closed for business. Meanwhile in neighboring Northshore, Washington, whose schools had closed a week earlier out of precaution, 23,000 […]

Teaching Students with Disabilities During Coronavirus School Closures : NPRMarch 31, 2020

With Schools Closed, Kids With Disabilities Are More Vulnerable Than Ever NPR | March 27, 2020With school closed, Marla Murasko begins her morning getting her 14-year-old son, Jacob, dressed and ready for the day. They have a daily check-in: How are you doing? How are you feeling? Next, they consult the colorful, hourly schedule she […]

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IMPORTANT NEWS: US Department of Ed Issues Much Needed GuidanceMarch 23, 2020

Dear Friends,As we all work to provide rapid solutions to the COVID-19 crisis and the impact it is having on education, we learned last week from our partner network that many states and school districts — some of which had already started remote education of students — told educators that any remote learning would not […]

Activists & Families Marching to South Carolina Democratic Presidential DebateFebruary 24, 2020

TOMORROW: Parents and advocates for education equity & justice rally to call out candidates who oppose bothFebruary 24, 2020 – WASHINGTON —Tomorrow’s rally in Charleston, South Carolina, led by civil rights leader Dr. Howard Fuller and members of the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schoolsnear the site of the next candidate debate for the 2020 Democratic presidential […]

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