By some measures, the achievement gap is slowly closing, but will it ever be eliminated?
A Connecticut woman presented herself as a certified behavioral therapist.
The department plans to do away with the so-called "2 percent tests" for students based on alternate achievement standards.
The district hopes to address shortages by placing "emergency credentialed" teachers in classes for students with disabilities.
The Javits program, which provides federal funding for gifted education research, is bound for elimination—again.
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Read-aloud accommodations for reading tests may be valid in some circumstances, according to a recent study.
A computerized screening tool could help doctors and parents, researchers say.