Scenes from the Squad’s Rally on 4/2/21

We were pleased to see so much of the disability community in Albany turning out to support students with disabilities at our rally on Friday, April 2, 2021! We would especially like to thank Superintendent Frank Wells and Executive Director Alexia Ritchie, along with Board president Sara Hinkley and members Melissa Boyd and Veronica Davidson,Continue reading “Scenes from the Squad’s Rally on 4/2/21”

Rally for AUSD Students with Disabilities

Please join us in a rally demanding that the Albany Unified School District rebuild the Special Education department and provide educational equity for all students. For years now, the District’s Board of Education & Administration have neglected the Special Education Department with dire consequences for AUSD students with disabilities. While this neglect predates school closuresContinue reading “Rally for AUSD Students with Disabilities”

November 2020 Newsletter

We have just released the November edition of the Albany Disability Squad newsletter. This edition includes:  An update on in-person services for high-needs students. Our upcoming events.  Some preliminary results from our ongoing survey about family needs for in-person educational services. If you haven’t already, we’d love it if you could take 5 minutes and take the survey. Continue reading “November 2020 Newsletter”

Survey on In-Person Learning for High-Needs Students

The Albany Disability Squad is sponsoring this survey is to help us to understand the needs of the most vulnerable students in AUSD. We will use this information to advocate for the group of students who may need to receive in-person services, including students with disabilities, English language learners, students eligible for free and reducedContinue reading “Survey on In-Person Learning for High-Needs Students”

October 2020 Newsletter

The Albany Disability Squad has been hard at work advocating for the needs of students with disabilities. To read about our activities over the last month or to find out more about what we’re planning in the months ahead, please check out the October edition of our monthly newsletter.


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