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NYC special education referrals plunge 57% from pre-pandemic levels

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As special education complaints soar in NYC, the state wants hearing officers to take more cases

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Shelby County school mask mandate can continue despite new anti-mask law, judge says

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Tennessee governor signs law rolling back school mask mandates

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5 Things to Know If You Need an IEP from Chicago Public Schools

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NYC delays its massive academic recovery program for students with disabilities

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Chicago school bus service still a daily gamble for some families

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How staff shortages are hurting Michigan students with disabilities

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‘This is not inclusive.’ Some students with disabilities are going without as districts scale back virtual programs

Some students weren’t allowed to enroll in their district’s virtual program, while others are going without help as they learn remotely.

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Will the bus come today? For some Illinois families, school transit still a gamble

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NYC panel approves $43 million to replace troubled special education data system

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Growing up alongside a brother with disabilities inspired me to fight for education equity

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Her district says in-person learning is best. Her parents want her virtual. Right now, this Denver 7-year-old isn’t in school at all.

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Educators see struggling students. After a pandemic year, do they need extra help or services for a disability?

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Bronx elementary school to pilot program for students with emotional disabilities

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More than 10,000 NYC students are classified as ‘emotionally disturbed.’ Some are out to change that label.

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