November 2010 Archives

A long-term study of youth with disabilities shows more students continuing education past high school, but job prospects appear to be stagnant.


The Asbury Park Press touches on several hot-button issues, including vouchers and improved teacher training.


Response to intervention and early identification have been cited as reasons behind the downward trend.


The difficult economic climate is forcing some states to make drastic cuts, education administrators say.


An Arlington, Va.-based advocacy organization is recognizing the creation of the law ensuring students with disabilities the right to free, appropriate public education.


This guide helps career counselors who are assisting students with their postsecondary job and education goals.


Parents of adult children with disabilities were generally concerned about the future prospects for their children. Adults with disabilities were also surveyed, but the results are difficult to compare.


A case of a lawyer recently convicted of unauthorized practice of law offers an opportunity to review just what makes a good advocate.


A New York program trains babysitters in techniques to handle young children with developmental disabilities.


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