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November 22, 2017
Why one woman thinks special education reform can’t happen in isolation
This student advocate believes "How was your day in school" is the most important question to ask.
November 1, 2017
More students with disabilities got required services last year, but large gaps remain
Last school year, 73 percent of students with disabilities received their mandated services — up from 59 percent the previous year.
October 6, 2017
In Boulder, students with special needs are outperforming their state peers but are far behind their own classmates
For two years in a row, Colorado education officials have raised concerns about how students with special needs are falling far behind on state English…
August 27, 2017
Many worry that students of color are too often identified as disabled. Is the real problem the opposite?
New research challenges a piece of common wisdom about special education: that black students are too often told they have a disability.
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June 3, 2016
New York officials discussing plan to ease path to graduation for students with disabilities
New York education officials are discussing a plan to allow high school students with disabilities to earn a diploma without passing most or all Regents exams.
July 13, 2015
Evaluation delays leave some students with disabilities waiting for help
The city is hiring more staffers to screen students for disabilities, and upgrading a data system to track its compliance with the state's 60-day screening timeline.
March 12, 2012
Ask an Expert: Help for dyslexic daughter at school
A mom is concerned her bright - but dyslexic - daughter's academic needs are not being met at school - even though she has an IEP. An expert offers some tips.
May 4, 2011
Ask an Expert: Handling mainstreamed student's IEP
A mom of a hard of hearing child with implants worries that her daughter's IEP is not being followed. Two experts give her the goods on information she needs, who she should meet with, and what she can expect.
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