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NEW RESOURCE from ECAC! Return to School Planning Guide
NEW RESOURCE from ECAC! Return to School Planning Guide
Published: August 14, 2020
A Planning Guide for North Carolina Families Who Have a Student with a Disability...
ECAC is one of nine N.C. organizations selected to address the intersection between race, educational equity, and learning differences.
ECAC is one of nine N.C. organizations selected to address the intersection between race, educational equity, and learning differences.
Published: July 24, 2020
ECAC is one of nine N.C. organizations selected to address the intersection between race, educational equity, and learning differences....
Guiding Schools’ COVID-19 Recovery Decisions Using Data and Evidence
Guiding Schools’ COVID-19 Recovery Decisions Using Data and Evidence
Published: July 20, 2020
An evidence based brief aimed at K-12 education decision makers and advocates....
Please join ECAC in congratulating Hope-Lan J. Bovard, recipient of the 2020 Matthew C. Graziadei Achievement Scholarship Award!
Please join ECAC in congratulating Hope-Lan J. Bovard, recipient of the 2020 Matthew C. Graziadei Achievement Scholarship Award!
Published: June 15, 2020
Hope is a graduating high school senior at Cabarrus Early College of Technology in Concord, NC. Scholarship Award recipients are selected by the Matthew C. Graziadei Scholarship Award Review Board...
Statement on Racial Injustice
Statement on Racial Injustice
Published: June 3, 2020
ECAC is an organization dedicated to families and children of ALL backgrounds. Our mission statement is clear; ECAC affirms the right of all individuals, from all backgrounds and cultures, with or without disabilities to an appropriate education and...
Ask ECAC Blog: Summer 2020—Another Unprecedented Experience
Ask ECAC Blog: Summer 2020—Another Unprecedented Experience
Published: June 2, 2020
Over the last few months, we have all heard the word “unprecedented” an unprecedented number of times. If we did not know what the word meant before, surely we do now. With the COVID-19 virus still in our midst, the Summer of 2020 will not be...