Governor McAuliffe announces schools’ high ratings for students with disabilities
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that the state’s public schools have earned the U.S. Department of Education’s highest overall rating and the second-highest score for serving students with disabilities under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
“In every school division in the Commonwealth, there are special educators who are committed to preparing all students to succeed,” Governor McAuliffe said. “These accomplishments are the result of their efforts, as well as successful partnerships between the state and localities in developing innovative programs to improve outcomes for students with disabilities.”
The Sarah Dooley Center for Autism is proud to collaborate with our public school partners in providing a best-practice guided education to all of our students. Congrats to Virginia’s Special Educators in setting high standards and helping our kids live the biggest life possible.
Click here to read the full press release on the governor’s website.