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Conozca sus derechos educativos: IEPs

Event date
December 2, 2021

U.S. Dept. of Education Opens Investigation Against Paso Robles School District for Discriminatory Treatment of Latinx and Limited English Proficient Parents

The Office for Civil Rights will examine allegations of discriminatory treatment of Latinx and Limited English Proficient (LEP) parents and community members for being barred from meaningful participation in school board meetings due to the District’s failure to provide qualified, trained interpreters at meetings in a district where 35% of all students come from homes where Spanish is the primary language.

July 15, 2021

CRLA's Education Manual: A Basic Guide to Students' Rights for Parents and Advocates

Learn more about the rights of students in California public schools:

  • Bullying and discrimination
  • Language equity
  • School discipline
  • School funding equity
  • Special education
  • What to do when a school doesn't follow the law


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