- Adventist Health: Lourie Center and Ridge School
- The Chelsea School
- The Children’s Guild
- Episcopal Center for Children
- The Foundation Schools
- The Ivymount School
- The Katherine Thomas School
- The Kingsbury Center
- The Lab School of Washington
- The Pathways Schools
- Phillips Programs for Children and Families
- Sheppard Pratt: Frost School, Forbush School and Oakmont Upper School
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Washington, D.C. – It’s official! The District of Columbia now has a law on the books that will recognize and promote the decision-making rights of its residents who live with disabilities. Thanks to the support of a coalition of local disability rights advocates (including DCASE) and D.C. governmental partners, the Disability Services Reform Amendment Act […]
Over 100 teachers, parents and community members attended the Convening on Sex Education and Creating Healthy Relationships for DC Youth with Disabilities This event, hosted by DCASE, SchoolTalk and Edlavitch DCJCC attracted representatives from public, charter and nonpublic special education schools and programs gathered at the Edlavitch DCJCC on February 21 to have dynamic discussions […]
“We are losing time on many of our children in the District of Columbia and we need to appropriately and consistently accommodate our children with disabilities and insure a positive learning environment.” With over 65 local education agencies (DCPS and public charters) and over 12,000 students with IEPs, the job of providing an effective special […]