All school districts have a Civil Rights requirement to communicate to parents, families, and communities in a language they understand. 

"Legal Requirements for Providing Communications in Parents’ Primary Language," hosted by Dr. David Holbrook, TransAct's former Executive Director of Federal Programs and State Relationships, will help participants understand the legal requirements associated with providing communications to parents in a language they understand as outlined in:

  1. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related case law
  2. ESSA guidance from the U.S. Department of Education (USED)
  3. Internal guidance to USED Office for Civil Rights staff

Complete the form on this page to access the recorded webinar about the legal requirements for providing communications in parents’ primary language.

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