The Collaboration to Promote Self-Determination joins other organizations concerned about waivers to the provisions of No Child Left Behind.
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February 07, 2013
January 25, 2013
Education Department guidance reiterates that schools must offer equal opportunities for students with disabilities to participate in extracurricular sports.
January 07, 2013
Starting now, my focus is shifting to writing exclusively about student health, discipline, and safety and school climate.
November 30, 2012
Members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform asked those in the autism researchers and advocates to tell them how the federal role in autism research, education of those with autism, and autism-related services should change.
November 26, 2012
School districts, under certain circumstances, must reimburse parents for independent educational evaluations of their children with disabilities, a federal court has ruled.
November 16, 2012
The shift reported by Propublica and the Chronicle of Higher Education report will allow many borrowers to avoid a lengthy double review to determine whether they truly are disabled.
November 12, 2012
Over the years, a special master had found that some students with disabilities were never picked up or picked up late, missing valuable time in school.
October 24, 2012
With school reform efforts combining with federal incentives to encourage more districts and states to change how they evaluate teachers, the Council for Exceptional Children shares its views on evaluating special education teachers.
October 18, 2012
In what may be a first-of-its-kind penalty, the feds used a provision in federal law that allows cutting a state's federal special education grant, permanently, if the state cut its special education budget without the right justification.
September 17, 2012
The Collaboration to Promote Self-Determination today shared a set of recommendations to better prepare students with significant disabilities for the workforce and continue their education after high school.