The coronavirus stimulus bill signed by President TrumpDonald John TrumpPelosi eyes end of April to bring a fourth coronavirus relief bill to the floor NBA to contribute 1 million surgical masks to NY essential workers Private equity firm with ties to Kushner asks Trump administration to relax rules on loan program: report MORE last week permits Education Secretary Betsy DeVosElizabeth (Betsy) Dee DeVosCoronavirus bill allows DeVos to waive parts of federal special education law: NYT Students with disabilities could lose with COVID-19 stimulus package White House slams pastor leading Cabinet Bible studies for linking homosexuality, coronavirus MORE to waive parts of the federal special education law, The New York Times reported Thursday.
The $2.2 trillion bill allows the secretary to waive some special education rules as schools across the country struggle to continue education remotely for more than 55 million children during the coronavirus pandemic.
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“A social fact is every way of acting, whether fixed or not, which is capable of exercising an external constraint on the individual; or, which is general throughout a given society, whilst having an existence of its own, independent of its individual manifestations” (Durkheim  2004:50).
“Each of us is a social being. We are born into a social environment; we fully develop in to human beings in a social environment; and we live our lives in a social environment. What we think, how we feel, and what we say and do
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Honduras is approximately 1000 miles southwest of Miami and has a mainly mountainous area of 48,200 square miles. To the North it has a large coastal line with the Caribbean sea and to the South it enjoys a small access to the Pacific. Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, got its tongue twisting name from the ancient Nahuatl language, and translated means “silver mountain” In effect, Tegucigalpa came to being during colonial times as a mining center. “Tegus” as its inhabitants affectionately call it, is a mix of an old colonial city that has turned into the modern capital of Honduras. San Pedro Sula is called the industrial capital of Honduras. 80% of all industrial parks are within 20 miles of the city. The coastal city of Ceiba and El Progresso are the third
Educating children is one of society’s most important functions. As a result, there is a robust area of law dedicated to education. Education law is particularly fascinating because it constantly seeks to strike balances: the balance between ensuring each child receives a standard education, while maintaining a parent’s right to decide what her child should learn; the balance between maintaining student safety, while respecting individual constitutional rights; the balance between accommodating students with disabilities and strict budgetary concerns; and the balance between giving teachers job security and intellectual freedom, while ensuring that they competently educate their students. This section has articles with in-depth information on education law for parents, teachers, student, and school administrators.
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Education law is governed by the states. Every state requires all its children to be educated. For most students, this means that parents must send their students to an accredited public, private,
Sam Adofo (ND ’20). Majoring in ACMS with an Actuarial Science minor, Sam is from Central Falls, Rhode Island. He has a long interest in tutoring and education. Sam will earn his master’s through the ACE Teaching Fellows program after he graduates.
Julie Allpow (ND ’20). Majoring in American Studies and Peace Studies, Julie is from the south side of Chicago. One reason she is minoring in ESS is because, as she says, “There is a gap in peace studies initiatives in America. Education is something that can fill that gap.”
Lindsay Baca (ND ’20). Majoring in Psychology with a Latino Studies minor, Lindsay is from Los Angeles, California. Lindsay has her eye on graduate school in law school, after which she aims to work in K-12 education policy and law. But first she will gain an M.Ed. through ACE Teaching Fellows.
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Coronavirus News: If you are like many parents, you have questions about how the coronavirus will affect your child’s special education program. In this week’s issue of the Special Ed Advocate, we share new information about special education issues, help for life during the Coronavirus era, and advice to get your