Arise (Action for Reform in Special Education) and PIE (Parents for Inclusive Education) want to hear about the experiences of NYC students and families who need barrier free schools. The US Attorney’s office found that the NYC Department of Education violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). They said that too few public elementary school programs comply with the ADA. In response, the NYC DOE argued that the US Attorney exaggerated the problem, saying the US Attorney raised too few examples of students who have had trouble accessing a barrier free program. From our collective experiences, we know how hard it can be for families who need barrier free sites to find the right match for their child. Now we want to hear from you! What have you experienced? Current or past stories welcome. Please take this short survey and tell us what you think.