The Washington Informer's coverage of special education legislation introduced by DC Council member David Catania and developed with help from Children's Law Center.
WAMU reported on new legislation—introduced by Councilmember David Catania—that promises to get special education to DC children earlier, give parents the tools to be involved, and build capacity at DCPS and charter schools.
Children’s Law Center was founded to be a voice for children who were abused and neglected and grew into a comprehensive legal services organization for DC kids. Today, the many dedicated attorneys in our Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program are appointed directly by District judges to represent hundreds of DC’s most vulnerable children each year.
Children’s Law Center was joined today by former Governor Howard Dean for a wide-ranging discussion about healthcare reform and children, including a look at promising practices nationwide and in the District that have been proven to improve children’s health and well-being.
Hosted by McKenna Long & Aldridge, the breakfast brought together about 60 leaders from the legal, business, healthcare and education communities for a discussion of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other innovative reforms. It was moderated by Children’s Law Center Executive Director Judith Sandalow.
Children's Law Center Executive Director Judith Sandalow discusses how failing to deal with children's mental health will stall DC's school reforms on Washington DC's local NPR station, WAMU 88.5 FM.
The Washington Post writes about findings from Children's Law Center's 2014 Mental Health Report Card, which notes that at least 5,000 of the District’s poorest children are not receiving necessary mental health treatment.
The latest issue of NonProfit Times ranks Children's Law Center as one of the top 10 best places to work nationwide. This is the third time we have received the honor.
The Washington Post reported on the new special education legislation introduced by Councilmember David Catania and developed in conjunction with Children's Law Center.