New York City schools postponed action on an Amazon contract for creating an online storefront where educators will buy e-books, after the National Federation of the Blind raised questions about it.
August 2015 Archives
The U.S. Department of Education has taken a politically symbolic step: It's officially said that states can offer alternate assessments only to the 1 percent of students who have severe cognitive disabilities.
Teachers offer their advice on how to organize a classroom and divide work in order to make a co-teaching relationship work well.
Special educators wrote to Education Week with their advice on what it takes to make a co-teaching partnership successful.
An independent investigator hired by the Covington, Ky school district says that a school resource officer who handcuffed two elementary students acted properly, within a law enforcement capacity.
I'm searching for tips from co-teachers about how to make a co-teaching partnership work from day one, and I want to hear from you!
Kentucky recently adopted a policy that prohibits the use of restraint and seclusion by school resource officers, but includes a loophole for "lawful exercise of law enforcement duties."
A school resource officer in a suburb of Cincinnati is accused of violating the rights of two elementary school students with disabilities by handcuffing them.