February 2018 Archives

Students with disabilities are becoming more common in the nation's charter schools, but there's a difference in enrollment based on the charter's legal status, a study finds.


As expected, the Education Department wants to delay by two years a rule requiring states to take a stricter approach for monitoring their districts for minority overrepresention in special education.


A U.S. district court judge has found that a Colorado school system is responsible for paying the education costs of a student whose case made it to the high court.


The Boston school district agreed to take a number of steps to ensure that it is identifying children with the genetic disorder and offering the supports they're legally entitled to under federal law.


The National Association of State Directors of Special Education said it opposes the Education Department's intent to postpone by two years a rule relating to minority enrollment and discipline.


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