The public says its familiar with learning disabilities, but those who participated in a recent poll have some misperceptions about the processing disorder, says the foundation that commissioned the survey.


Several federal initiatives will address employment, eduction and teacher training.


An organization leading a group that will create new Common Core tests says students with severe cognitive disabilities can be tested on academic standards.


The Colorado Department of Education-produced document offers a thorough introduction to the topic.


A judge concurred that a California womans' son was being denied his right to a free, public education.


A special education advocacy group is looking for outstanding students with disabilities.


"Rosa's Law" would remove the terms "mentally retarded" and "mental retardation" from federal laws, to be replaced with "intellectually disabled/disabilities."


These federally-funded centers are available to parents of children with disabilities.


I'm looking for a few good education policy bloggers.


Is the Republican candidate for a Nevada Senate seat criticizing people with autism?


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