Translation Services Still Lacking for Public School Parents

July 29, 2015

Archive, Disability Justice

Rebeca Ibarra, from WNYC, speaks with Kelly McAnnany, Co-Director of the Disability Justice Program at NYLPI, on how the New York City’s Public schools are falling short on providing the proper translation and interpretation services to parents with limited English proficiency. Click here for the full article or audio.

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