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Program will estimate costs needed for Common Start legislation (H. 605 / P. 362) A UMass Boston-based interdisciplinary team of researchers has launched a new research project that will build a cost simulator to inform policy recommendations around universal child care. The simulator will model the amount of funding required by the Common Start legislation […]

September 28, 2021


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Tags: Disabled, education, equal, LAUSD, Providing, Son


Categories: Special needs education

LOS ANGELES – For 13-year-old Isaiah Gardner, it is important to be self-employed. His mother, Tiffany Gardner, made sure he knew how to do everyday tasks – like feeding himself through his inner tube without help. What you need to know In May 2021, LAUSD announced that at least $ 115 million in pandemic recovery […]

In Part 1 of the KSMU interview with the new Headmistress of Springfield Public Schools, Dr. Grenita Lathan, she concluded by speaking about the impact of the pandemic on learning. This is where part 2 starts. I’ve heard that the pandemic’s impact on learning has been particularly tougher for underprivileged and underrepresented students. As the […]