For five years running, the District of Columbia has failed to uphold parts of the federal law that governs the education of students with disabilities.
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Though it might not be polite to say, one former superintendent says school districts must find ways to teach students with disabilities more efficiently.
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The law gives parents of children with disabilities a tax credit of up to $6,000 for educational expenses including private school tuition, therapy, and tutoring.
Iowa joins South Carolina and Oregon in being denied requests to cut special education spending.
South Carolina may lose about $111 million in federal special education money for cutting spending on students with disabilities for the last two years without an OK from the U.S. Department of Education.
Summertime doesn't mean parents of children with disabilities can take a vacation from fighting for their children's education.
North Carolina lawmakers on Thursday approved a tax break of up to $6,000 a year for parents to recover some of the expense of private school tuition or homeschooling for their child with disabilities.
While traditional district schools are hard-pressed to turn anyone away, or must find a way to educate them regardless of cost or hardship, charters appear to be using a vetting process that may explain the stark difference in the percentages of students with disabilities enrolled in their schools versus district-run schools.