LCCRUL applauds the USED Office for Civil Rights for ensuring all students have equal access to educational resources regardless of race or national origin. Read More »
LCCRUL welcomes new federal guidance which clarifies a school’s legal obligation to address and prevent disability discrimination. Read More »
- May 17, 2014 Historically black colleges still seeking equality in Md. Attorney General Eric Holder marked the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court's historic decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which overturned the doctrine of "separate but equal," by addressing graduates at a Maryland university that is at the center of the ongoing fight for equality and integration. Read More »
- Nov 20 Lawyers’ Committee Urges Accountability Reform The Lawyers' Committee and ten other civil rights organizations urged the Administration and state education leaders to adopt an improved public education accountability system to better address educational inequity.
- Nov 10 OneApp Use Doubles on First Day of New Orleans Public School Enrollment, Officials Say
- Nov 06 For-profit colleges sue U.S. Education Department over crackdown