Is there a method to improve a district's services to special education students that doesn't involve a lawsuit and take years to resolve?

For years, the U.S. Department of Education has allowed Ohio to count more than 1 percent of the test scores of students with severe cognitive disabilities who take alternate exams as passing when calculating adequate yearly progress, or AYP.

Learn more about language arts instruction for students with disabilities and whether teachers can prevent racially disproportionate classifications of these students.

Students at Utah's Schools for the Deaf and Blind will have three fewer days of school this year because of budget problems.

The Los Angeles Unified School District has a new attitude and a new approach to working with charter schools on accommodating the needs of students with disabilities.

Education Secretary recently answered questions from special education teachers all over the country who wanted to know about performance pay, funding, testing, and more.

In some school districts, high-quality prekindergarten programs kept some students out of special education when they started kindergarten, saving money districts would have spent on intensive, expensive services required for kids who hadn't been in the same pre-K programs.

Should a Compton, Calif. mother be allowed to file a negligence claim against a school district for failing to identify her daughter's disabilities?

A bill introduced in Congress would expand the focus of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or No Child Left Behind, to put a spotlight on gifted and high-ability students.

One way or another, Illinois will get involved in East St. Louis School District 189, which has had a number of problems providing an appropriate education to its special education students.

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