Alliance Demands Immediate Support for LAUSD Students with Disabilities and Special Needs

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More than 80,000 students with special needs in Los Angeles do not have time to spare and cannot wait any longer for meaningful action to support their learning needs. Please join us in insisting upon action for LAUSD’s students with disabilities and special needs.

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TWITTER

POST OPTION 1:
 If @LASchools doesn’t act now to provide in-person IEPs and instruction for kids w/ special needs, they will be left behind. We’re joining @kidalliance & 29 other partners to demand immediate action be taken on behalf of these students. Read + take action bit.ly/3ewXnlc

POST OPTION 2:
For 80k+ students w/ special needs in LA,
#distancelearning is an oxymoron. It has been almost 60 days since @LASchools could safely provide assessments, IEPs, and small cohorts. Read our letter signed by @kidalliance 29 local advocacy orgs and help us demand action. bit.ly/3ewXnlc
 
POST OPTION 3:
CA has invested $5.3B to safely mitigate learning loss for students with special needs as a result of #COVID19 lockdowns. @LASchools needs to comply w/ fed + state law to help our most vulnerable students. Read the letter signed by @kidalliance + 29 orgs & demand action bit.ly/3ewXnlc

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Remember to tag the respective handles:
The Alliance: 
@allianceforchildrensrights (instagram) | @kidalliance (facebook)

LAUSD: 
@laschools (instagram) | @LosAngelesSchools (facebook)

POST OPTION 1:
If LAUSD doesn’t act now to provide in-person IEPs and instruction for students with special needs, they will be left behind. We’re joining the Alliance for Children’s Rights and other partners to demand immediate action be taken on behalf of these students. Read + take action — bit.ly/3ewXnlc

POST OPTION 2:
For over 80,000 students with special needs in LA, distance learning is an oxymoron. It has been almost 60 days since LAUSD could safely provide assessments, individual services (IEPs), and small cohorts. How long is too long? Read our letter signed by Alliance for Children’s Rights and 29 local advocacy organizations and write boardmembers@lausd.net to demand action. bit.ly/3ewXnlc

POST OPTION 3:
California has invested $5.3 billion to safely mitigate learning loss for students with special needs and disabilities as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns. LAUSD needs to comply with federal and state law to help our most vulnerable students. How long is too long? Read our letter signed by Alliance for Children’s Rights and 29 local organizations and write boardmembers@lausd.net to demand action. bit.ly/3ewXnlc

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