The resort has one hundred and seventeen guest rooms, including seventeen suites that convey a residential feeling.
All of the rooms include forty-inch televisions, executive desks, spacious dining areas with comfortable seating, mini-bars, refrigerators, in-room safes, daily newspaper delivery, twenty-four hour room service, and Wi-Fi access.
Agency records show that Pruitt often flies with a much more expensive first- or business-class ticket, citing unspecified security concerns.
Currently, the federal government appropriates funding that covers 15% of those additional costs.
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This means that they are participating in their own IEP meetings, practicing self-advocacy, able to describe their disability, and share their needs and goals.
These include their plans to support their future education, employment, and independent living needs.
In 2014, the DC City Council unanimously passed significant legislation focused on Special Education reform, and yet key elements of that legislation remain unfunded.
These funding delays are adding to the fear of parents—a fear of their children falling further and further behind—and the crisis of time for our students with disabilities.We worked in partnership with dozens of local organizations, parents, and advocates to get the 2014 special education legislation passed.DCASE and our partners collectively believe that we MUST make the educational system better for our students and families.Our schools are failing these children.” DCASE is committed to working with our partners to support and strengthen the education that DC children with disabilities receive.Our alliance of nonpublic and charter schools is dedicated to improving educational opportunities for all DC students with disabilities, and we work toward fulfilling the promise of a quality education for all children through advocacy, special education resources, and strong partnerships.This program is open to any stakeholder, community member, self-advocate, family member, educator, and anyone ready to be “change agents.” Through a World Café designed day, with dynamic speakers and table experts from our DC disability community, we will discuss, explore, and launch broad solutions to help these individuals develop productive, independent, and healthy lives and relationships.