An audit by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Inspector General raised some questions about how the state spent some of its federal stimulus money, including special education funds.
A federal judge ruled that "a fair appropriate public education does not require ... the District be able to prove that a student will not face future bullying...."
Starting March 15, the only recognized service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act will be dogs, with few exceptions.
Fewer students in San Diego schools are being identified as needing special education services, but no one is sure why.
A study finds that "higher percentages of youth with hearing impairments scored below the mean in reading, math, science and social studies, compared to students in the general population.
Oh! The places books can take you, no matter how you read them.
Collaboration and co-teaching should be part of the agenda for federal education policy, says the president of an organization for special educators in this blog interview.
The Council for Exceptional Children president answers questions on the instructional practice.
New findings discussed at a research symposium on stuttering in Washington in February suggest educators are just beginning to understand the interconnected causes of the condition.
A bill that would ban school districts from restraining or secluding public schoolchildren in most cases and require training for school personnel who employ these practices is making its way through the Oregon legislature