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  • Many of NYC’s bilingual special education students don’t get the right services. Remote learning has made it even harder.

    Apr 30, 2020

    04.30.2020 | Chalkbeat NY | Matamoros, working with the group Advocates for Children, eventually won the right to send her son to a state-approved private school. But none of the schools she toured had bilingual services.

    Rita Rodriguez-Engberg, director of the Immigrant Students Rights Project at Advocates for Children, believes the city and state should bolster partnerships with universities, as well as loan repayment and recruitment programs, to encourage more people to pursue bilingual special education. Read article