The common features of various approaches used in educating young students with autism may be more meaningful than the unique elements, researchers have found.
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April 01, 2013
Programs that serve young children with disabilities should be part of any federal preschool expansion, according to a letter to the Obama administration from the Council for Exceptional Children.
November 04, 2012
Talking with a group of foreigners about the U.S. special education system recently, I wondered how well the American system really works.
October 31, 2012
The Early Start Denver Model also has been shown to decrease autism symptoms and improve social skills.
October 03, 2012
The $25 million federal grant used to establish the center is one of many the federal Education Department has announced in recent weeks that involve special education.
August 22, 2012
After 13 years, many schools in San Francisco finally comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but in Boston, parents lose in their efforts to press the district to improve the transition between early childhood and preschool education for students with disabilities.
May 06, 2012
In a recent review, the What Works Clearinghouse found that something called milieu teaching appears to have no discernible effects on prepping young children for school, and more research is needed about play-based interventions.
April 26, 2012
Easter Seals says that each year there are about 5 million children at risk for developmental delays, but only about 1 million actually get early intervention services
April 24, 2012
Among the work going on now is a review of practices across the district that will take inventory of the very best of these, then share them, something that doesn't always happen in the frenetic pace of a school year.
February 14, 2012
The president proposes increasing spending under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which provides special education programs for infants and toddlers, by $20 million, for a total of $462.7 million.