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Rod Estvan

Education Policy Analyst

Access Living

HQ Phone:  (312) 640-2100

Email: r***@***.org

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Access Living

115 West Chicago Avenue

Chicago, Illinois,60610

United States

Company Description

Established in 1980, Access Living is a non-residential Center for Independent Living for people with all types of disabilities. The organization provides services that promote the independence and the inclusion of people with disabilities in every aspect of c...more

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BOARDWATCH: July 2014 Board of Education meeting, in detail - Substance News

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Rodney Estvan, who works at Access Living Chicago, next made brief remarks to the Board about the proposed budget, explaining that his group, along with the Civic Federation, opposed the budget because it is "unsustainable" and because CPS needs to find ways in increase revenues without constantly saying that Illinois must pay more.
Access Living had issued a 22-page report on the budget earlier. Estvan, who has been analyzing CPS budgets for years and years, also thanked the Board and Ginger Ostro for making the information more accessible this year, as compared with previous years. After ignoring the previous speakers' questions, Board member Jesse Ruiz asked Estvan to read the opening two sentences from his report. Estvan decided to read what Ruiz requested, the first two sentences from the "Executive Summary" of a 22-page report, most of which was highly critical of the Board. Rodney Estvan, who wrote the 22-page analysis of the CPS budget for Access Living Chicago, a major disability rights group, told the Board that Access Living (along with the Civic Federation, which did not show up at the Board meeting) could not support the proposed budget. He said that the Board needed to increase revenues to correct an untenable reality. When Estvan then returned to his critical remarks (as is most of the 22-page report), noting that the Board had once again refused to hold a public meeting of its "Audit and Finance Committee" (which last met more than three years ago), the Board Secretary called "Time" and Estvan walked away from the podium.


Designs for Change Breaking News

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Rodney Estvan, Education Advocate, Access Living


Access Living: Policy Advocacy at Access Living

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Education Policy Analyst: Rod Estvan, (312) 640-2149 or restvan@accessliving.org.


CTU re-elects CORE without an election - Substance News

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Lewis' Caucus of Rank and File Educators "has really got hegemony," said Rodney Estvan, an education policy expert with the Access Living organization.
"They've got a lot of support amongst older and younger teachers," he said.


Sarah Chambers - Substance News

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Rod Estvan, an education policy analyst with Access Living who also serves on the teachers union's special education task force, said Chambers is a model teacher who helps other CPS special education teachers advocate for their students.
"We really find it pretty reprehensible that they are going after a teacher that really cares about kids," Estvan said.


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