CASE Advocacy Campaign:
Disturbing Achievement Data for D65 Students with IEP's
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At the D65 School Board meeting on January 28th, Evanston CASE Executive Director Cari Levin spoke about CASE's concerns regarding data recently made available about the performance of students with IEP's.   She highlighted the disturbingly poor performance of students with IEPs and emphasized the need for the Administration to report annually on the performance of the Special Education department and the impact of programs and interventions designed to improve student achievement. To read her speech, click   HERE.

CASE also submitted our own report to the D65 Board and Administration focused on the achievement data for students with IEP's. To read the report, click HERE

Cari also submitted a Guest Essay to the Evanston Roundtable on this topic that was printed in the paper today.  To read the essay, click HERE

CASE will continue to hold the District accountable for the improvement of academic achievement of students with IEP's.

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