Questions & Answers

What is e-TIGER?

Learning Rights’ TIGER is the online version of its in person self-advocacy class, TIGER. As of 2017, TIGER is being taught in 15 locations around Los Angeles, Ventura, and San Bernardino Counties. We know students can’t always commute to our locations so TIGER is our way of training parents online.

What is TIGER?

Training Individuals for Grassroots Education Reform (TIGER) is a hands-on, self-advocacy program designed and taught by Learning Rights, to foster the tools of families in need, so that they may successfully advocate within the special education system. Since 2005, we have helped over 2,500 families residing in economically-marginalized communities in Los Angeles County including, Downey, Downtown Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, Long Beach, the San Gabriel Valley (El Monte), the San Fernando Valley(Pacoima), South Los Angeles(Watts) and Whittier.

What is the Learning Rights Law Center?

Learning Rights is a nonprofit based in Los Angeles, CA that was founded in 2005. We are a legal services nonprofit that fights for a child’s right to education. Learning Rights assists low-income families by providing free legal counsel and advice, advocacy, direct representation, education, training and policy work.

Is it free to register and watch e-TIGER?

Yes! Please register and enjoy e-TIGER for free.

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Contact Details

Address: 205 S. Broadway, Suite 808 Los Angeles, CA 90012
Main Line: (213) 542-1829

To learn more, visit www.learningrights.org/tiger-training

For questions about e-TIGER, please email us at tiger@learningrights.org. Thank you!
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