2019 ANNUAL REPORT
Since 2008, DLSI has pursued its mission to be the trusted source of information and advocacy for Hoosier students with disabilities. Our 2019 annual report tells how our first Executive Director, our new staff attorney and our new website have helped DLSI fulfill the challenges of 2020 and beyond.
PARENTS IN THE KNOW
Special Education Information for Indiana Families
All public schools must make ESY services available, as necessary, to provide free and appropriate education (FAPE).
The U.S. Department of Education (USED) released two Covid-19 guidance documents recently regarding the education of students with disabilities.
Since most schools are now back in session, pay extra attention to how your child is doing.
Schools have had the summer months to develop better distance learning processes to meet the unique learning needs of students with disabilities.
During an interview with WFYI, education attorney Catherine Michael notes that DLSI is a tremendous asset for the community.
Contact your child’s principal and teacher-of-record if the ACR meeting hasn’t occurred this school year and isn’t yet scheduled.
Margaret Jones and Mimi Huybers provide insight to challenges for students with disabilities during this pandemic.
INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
INDOE's goal is to improve outcomes for all students. This can be accomplished through a system that ensures equity and access.