Supporting the Parent Centers Who Serve Families of Children with Disabilities




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Is There Racial Inequality at Your School?

Based on civil rights data released by the U.S. Department of Education, ProPublica has built an interactive database to examine racial disparities in educational opportunities and school discipline. Using the database, you can look up more than 96,000 individual public and charter schools and 17,000 districts to see how they compare with their counterparts.

Read more about (and access) the database as well as get tips for searching for and connecting with school-specific information and district-wide profiles.

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Families Helping Families E-Learning Mini Modules

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Louisiana Parent Training and Information Center Families Helping Families of Greater New Orleans provides "E-Learning Modules" to their families as a great tool for information and tips. These e-learning modules are interactive, mini trainings that last about 10 minutes. They are specific to frequently asked questions that Families Helping Families receives and are designed for parents to be able to get immediate answers to pressing questions.

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Webinar | Introduction to the Juvenile Justice Toolkit

The Juvenile Justice Toolkit was developed to help Parent Centers support families navigating the justice system. The panel members that created this toolkit detail the resources it contains for Parent Centers to access when they assist families of youth who have become involved in the Juvenile Justice system.

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