The California Department of Education ruled in favor of students with disabilities, declaring that the Sacramento City Unified School District has failed to conduct special education assessments since distance learning began amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ruling blocks two-tier discriminatory system and marks major step toward the elimination of standardized testing in college admissions Lisa Holder, Los Angeles-based civil rights attorney and Equal Justice Society, Of Counsel, representing the Plaintiffs said: “The Regents openly admitted that the SAT/ACT is a racist, classist test that steeps preferences on wealthy, white student applicants. Nevertheless,Continue reading “UC System No Longer Allowed to Consider SAT and ACT Scores in Admissions”
The California Endowment has awarded a $200,000 grant to the Equal Justice Society to improve the social and emotional health of youth by reducing the use of harsh discipline and increasing the use of positive, trauma-responsive practices throughout California. The grant will allow EJS to explore the development of a statewide network of schools modelContinue reading “The California Endowment Awards $200,000 Grant to EJS to Remedy Disparate School Discipline”