This Dear Colleague Letter describes the requirement that schools provide positive behavioral supports to students with disabilities who need them.
This brief uses data collected for the Family Options Study of families in emergency shelters to examine the well-being of adolescents who stayed in the shelters 20 months following their experience.
This report includes data from the 2015 Farm to School Census.
This report describes the findings from “Combating Religious Discrimination Today,” a community engagement initiative designed to promote religious freedom and challenge religious discrimination.
This letter highlights new policy changes that will remove barriers homeless youth face when accessing financial aid for college.
This guide provides information on how colleges and universities can alter their use of criminal justice information in the higher education admissions process to remove barriers for students with criminal records.
This guidance provides information to states, school districts, and child welfare agencies on new provisions in the Every Student Succeeds Act for supporting children and youth in foster care.
This Dear Colleague Letter emphasizes that students, regardless of their sex, must have equal access to the range of career and technical programs offered.
This press release announced the launch of a new tool that can make it easier and more cost-effective for states and school districts to evaluate the impact of their programs.
This policy fact sheet supports educators and community leaders as they work to protect all students from discrimination and to create safe and supportive learning environments.
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