This list is a starting point for educators seeking examples of standards-based IEP goals tied to the Common Core State Standards, currently adopted in 46 states and the District of Columbia.
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December 16, 2013
June 10, 2013
The longrunning concern about too few special education teachers is vividly illustrated in a recent article that outlines one state's challenges.
March 15, 2013
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers has compiled links that offer a general overview of the educational standards
December 13, 2012
For several years now, teacher evaluation has dominated education-policy discussions—but for the most part, the country's 430,000 special education teachers have been left out of the discussion.
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 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.
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.
August 02, 2012
The U.S. Education Department's office of special education will spend up to $5 million on the creation of the Center to Support the Development of Effective Educators to Serve Students with Disabilities.
July 19, 2012
The House version of the spending bill allows teachers in alternative certification programs to count as "highly qualified" as long as they are working toward certification and are part of a recognized program, for another two years.
June 13, 2012
The National Center on Learning Disabilities, which is urging calls to senators to ensure a provision about an alternate path to being considered a highly qualified teachers is killed, notes that students with disabilities, English-language learners, poor students, and students of color are the ones most likely to be taught by uncertified teachers.