Do you want more for students with special needs in San Jose?
Of the roughly 1,600 SJUSD students with disabilities who took the state test in 2016-17, only 18% are on grade level in English and only 15% in math. We believe the way to change this reality is through collective action for systemic change.
We hope you will join us for one of our upcoming meetings!
Learn more by contacting our San Jose Community Organizer, Sofia Lozano-Pallares at email@example.com or (650) 562-6200 ext. 158.
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