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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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ideamoneywatch.com

Given the amount of money involved, I find that rather disturbing," says Rod Estvan, a special education advocate with Access Living, who has closely tracked Chicago spending.


www.designsforchange.org [cached]

Rodney Estvan, Education Advocate, Access Living


www.accessliving.org [cached]

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


www.esumma.com [cached]

"If you're preparing teachers for a strike, you have to create a sense of militancy and a sense of expectation," said Rod Estvan, education policy analyst with disability rights group Access Living.


catalyst-chicago.org

"That's our best hope," said Rod Estvan, education policy analyst for Access Living.
But he's not optimistic.


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