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Affiliate News

Flo’s Legacy

  “Hi. It’s Flo.” For anyone who had met Flo, you knew that message meant you had been contacted by the LDA of Michigan. There was no question of “Flo …

Advocating for the Children of Flint

At LDA of Michigan, we have been at work to advocate for the children of Flint through LDA and the Healthy Children Project. Below is a letter of action most …

Rick Lavoie is Coming Back to MI

We are excited to share that our friend, Rick Lavoie, is coming back to Michigan this March! He will be the keynote speaker for the Michigan Reading Association’s 2016 Pre-Conference which will …

Minding the Store

December 30, 2015 Lansing, MI Minding the Store: Babies-R-Us Once I entered the store, I started to peruse some of the products. There were many SAFETY messages on them about …

Events

LDA 54th Annual International Conference

Thursday, February 16, 2017 | 8:00 amUnnamed Venue, Baltimore, MD

National News

LDA Legislative News – June 2016

Education Department Proposes ESSA Regulations The U.S. Department of Education has issued draft regulations to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), and now the public gets to comment. The ...

LDA Legislative News – May 2016

Proposed Disproportionality Regulations Problematic The U.S. Department of Education wants to identify and help states and local districts address occurrences of significant disproportionality based on race and ethnicity in the ...

Feature Articles

LDA Comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

LDA has responded to the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed regulations on significant disproportionality. The Department proposed a complicated uniform mathematical calculation and expanded use of “early intervening” funds for ...