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This Friday (Mar. 1), a candidate forum on special education issues will be held on the UW-Oshkosh campus. Rep. Don Pridemore is challenging current State Superintendent Tony Evers for the position.
An automatic 10% cut in federal funding for discretionary programs will go into effect on Friday, Mar. 1 unless Congress and the President can agree to a solution.
Advocacy for Change: A Family Leadership Institute will be held in Madison on April 3-4. It is sponsored by Family Voices of Wisconsin.
BPDD congratulates Kitty Rhoades on her appointment as the Secretary for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
The Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) Board of Directors wants to hear from people with disabilities, their families, friends, disability activists, service providers and other concerned individuals.
BPDD concerned about how students with disabilities will be affected
Contact the Governor now and advocate for a state budget that does not include special needs vouchers/scholarships for students with disabilities!
To ensure disability advocates can effectively advocate on state budget issues , the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) is conducting a series of free state budget advocacy trainings around the state. The series, “From Info to Action: State Budget Trainings for Disability Advocates,” will provide the information and tools advocates need to have their own impact on the state budget.
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