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With schools out, you may have questions about education-related services for a child with a disability.  Disability Rights Maryland (DRM) is a civil legal aid organization in Maryland that specializes in serving disabled persons in Maryland. They have developed resources to help parents navigate special education during the COVID emergency. Here are some of the resources DRM has developed for parents of children with disabilities:


Local Resources


Maryland State Department of Education: Guidance, Resources and Updates for Maryland Schools and Communities:

Disability Rights Maryland (DRM):


Decoding Dyslexia MD:


Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE):

National Resources

National Disability Rights Network (NDRN):


U.S. Department of Education (Department):

To find the latest information, visit DRM's COVID page on Education:

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