Tag Archives: disabilities

Texas spent less on students with disabilities. But did it break the law?

Texas will argue Wednesday at a federal appeals court that its decision to decrease special education funding several years ago did not violate …

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Teaching Reading to Students Who Are At Risk or Have Disabilities, Enhanced Pearson eText with Loose-Leaf Version — Access Card Package (3rd Edition)

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Head of Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

Here at the London Borough of Bexley we are looking to appoint a strategic Head of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities to support us in the delivery of an ambitious improvement plan with improved outcomes for children and young people at the heart of it. Reporting to the Interim Deputy Director for Educational Achievement & […]

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Introduction to Persons with Moderate and Severe Disabilities: Educational and Social Issues (2nd Edition)

This book addresses the critical challenges faced by people with severe disabilities in becoming full members of our society, and provides teachers with the tools they need to successfully teach this population. It examines the ways that society has historically treated this group of people and describes promising practices that will shape the future of […]

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US Supreme Court to decide on education rights for millions of children with disabilities

The Supreme Court will take up a potentially momentous education case on Wednesday and try to clarify the rights of the nation’s 6.7 million schoolchildren with disabilities. Long-standing federal law says these children have a right to a “free appropriate public education,” but schools, courts and parents have been divided over what this means in […]

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