From Zoom to Jail: Covid-19’s Effects on the School-to-Prison Pipeline

By: Violet Soliz COVID-19 is the unwelcome student in our nation’s classrooms. In Spring 2020, schools across the United States shut down and transitioned to remote virtual learning as a direct result of the pandemic. Nearly a year later in March 2021, many schools are still completely remote for the school year as COVID-19 continues […]

Calculating Compensatory Education: Will Kids Ever Catch Up?

By: Ana Saragoza On March 16, 2020, the United States Department of Education (“ED”) issued boilerplate policy guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, stating briefly that the Individualized Education Program (“IEP”) Team, in addition to the personnel responsible for providing a free appropriate public education (“FAPE”) to a student under Section 504, would be […]