Calif. Dept. of Education Ignores Clear Patterns of Discrimination in School Discipline

A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on October 6, 2021, by NLSLA, Equal Justice Society, and pro bono counsel Mayer Brown LLP seeks to force the California Department of Education to increase monitoring of discipline data, expand reporting requirements to account for transfers, and investigate and address discriminatory discipline. Even as publicly … Continue reading Calif. Dept. of Education Ignores Clear Patterns of Discrimination in School Discipline

Up to $50 Internet Access Assistance Still Available for Eligible Families

Over the past year, internet connectivity has become increasingly essential. Children without internet connections were not able to attend virtual school. Families without internet connections had difficulty applying for benefits, working remotely, and staying connected with loved ones. In light of the connectivity gap that many families experience, Congress authorized the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB), … Continue reading Up to $50 Internet Access Assistance Still Available for Eligible Families