An economist argues in favor of "neurodiversity."
A Wichita, Kan., school for students with disabilities will now enroll students facing suspension or expulsion who need a second chance at graduating.
The district has been asked to track down potentially thousands of students who did not get the special education services they were entitled to in school.
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Supporters say the nominee blends experience with both special and general education.
How do you adapt science lessons for students who are blind or visually impaired? The Perkins School in Massachusetts wants to help.
Scientist disputes the organization's continued focus on vaccines as a possible cause of the disorder.
A ruling in a long-running lawsuit will require the district to track down former students who weren't properly provided special education services.
These tests can be used for students who are not severely cognitively disabled, but are still learning at a rate slower than their peers.
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