Individualized education program teams have the authority to create alternate grade progression and graduation standards for some students with disabilities, but the policy is proving challenging to enact.


Private providers that offer special education services to preschool students are being scrutinized for potential fraud by the state's comptroller.


Annual testing has been able to help pinpoint how students with disabilities are actually performing in school, say groups opposed to removing the requirement from federal law.


Between 64 and 77 percent of students with disabilities scored at the lowest level on the tests, which are given in math and English/language arts.


Readers found posts on common standards and their implications for students with disabilities particularly compelling this year.


Zakiyyah McWilliams, the eighth special education administrator the district has had in the past five years, resigned prior to the release of the investigative report.


The founder of the National Association for African American Children with Learning Differences said the organization plans to continue providing some resources, mainly through its website.


Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, intended for infants and toddlers with disabilities, has been basically level-funded while other programs for young children grow.


A new law that went into effect earlier this year is proving challenging to implement as the 2014-15 school year reaches its halfway point, according to local reports.


The Blackman-Jones case, filed in 1997, said the school system had systemic problems in meeting the mandates of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.


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