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How to Help Fix Your Child's School Emergency Plan if it's Discriminatory

How to Help Fix Your Child's School Emergency Plan if it's Discriminatory

Published: Mar. 22, 2024Updated: May. 21, 2024

Are you worried that your child's school emergency plan is discriminatory? If other kids are leaving the school, then your child should be kept safe as well. Chris Arroyo, Manager, State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) shares tips on how to fix it if you have concerns.

For more information about emergency planning, check out our article here!

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