Over 25 years, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has positively impacted the lives of millions of Americans and created a new generation as part of its legacy, the ADA Generation.
In June, over one thousand educators, parents, community-based partners, and fellow stakeholders in education convened at the second annual
IEL’s National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth is seeking applicants for its Youth Action Council on Transition, which works with youth with disabilities and their allies to improve youth transition outcomes.
On May 28, 15 D.C. youth workforce professionals graduated from the D.C. Youth Workforce Leaders Academy (YWLA), a new 10-month professional development program organized by IEL and the DC Alliance of Youth advocates.
IEL’s Coalition for Community Schools (CCS) announced the winners of its bi-annual National Community Schools Awards for Excellence. The seven winners demonstrate that joint school and community action can bolster student achievement and more.