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Today, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, White House Office From the Associate Director of Public Engagement Emily Voodde and Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services Deputy Deputy Katy Neas met with public educators of the National Association of Education and the American Federation of Teachers. All assembled educators are identified as disabled. The Cardona Secretary emphasized that educators with disabilities serve as critical advocates and models to follow for their students, particularly those with disabilities. The Secretary also reaffirmed the commitment of the Biden Administration to support educators with disabilities and students with disabilities. This round table comes only five days before the 31st anniversary of the US Passage Law with disabilities and is part of the Administration's commitment to the Disabled Americans during the Julio Disability Pride Month.

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