Washington Post Live

The shortage of teachers, the lasting impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the continued strain on resources have hit America’s 7 million students with disabilities especially hard, writes the The Washington Post. An assessment of the state of this particular union will be hosted by Washington Post Live on Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 11 a.m. ET.

There will be conversations with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, Ford Foundation program officer for U.S. disability rights Rebecca Cokley and the National Center for Learning Disabilities CEO Jacqueline Rodriguez. They will discuss learning programs for special needs students, ways to better prepare educators to work with the student population and the broader state of disability rights in the schooling system.

You can register and submit a question here.

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