The school district is systematically violating provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the lawsuit says.
July 2010 Archives
The state joins six other special education voucher programs around the country.
All of the state's 300+ districts have signed up with a federally funded program that provides digital texts to qualified students.
Both officials have long experience in disability and education issues.
Here's a recap of some of the stories Education Week has written about special education and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Experts have gathered information on successful PBIS programs for high schools.
A new trend in teacher training, so-called "residency programs," offers unique challenges to training special education teachers.
A score drop is being partially attributed to cutting back on the number of students who have the test read aloud to them.
How much are private placements burdening New York City?
The subject: "OSERS Roadmap: Charting the Course."
Keep RTI momentum going by writing the language into federal education policy, says the RTI Action Network.
The answers will be used to shape transition programs for youth with disabilities, government officials say.
Two news items show mixed news for students with emotional/behavioral disorders.
We've compiled all the state determination ratings and communications from the Education Department in an easy-to-read, interactive map.
It's costly to a lot to educate a students with a disability in that state, and there are a lot of students with disabilities there. Why?
A district in Michigan started a response-to-intervention process to deal with overidentification problems. But some are worried about overworked general education teachers.