The answer is yes, especially for students who enter special education before middle school, find the authors of a recent report.
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The U.S. Department of Education's grants will pay for a comprehensive literacy center based in Oregon, as well as workforce demonstration projects in five states.
June 24, 2016
Mimi Clarke Corcoran will become president of the disability advocacy organization in July, replacing James H. Wendorf.
May 28, 2015
Therapies to improve eye function, though common, have little research-based evidence, according to researchers at the University of Bristol.
December 24, 2014
The founder of the National Association for African American Children with Learning Differences said the organization plans to continue providing some resources, mainly through its website.
June 10, 2014
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April 14, 2014
A mother-daughter team argues that reasoning and modeling, rather than teaching math "tricks," is essential for students to gain skills that can transfer to other areas.
February 06, 2014
Many students from the Magnolia State are shifted into alternative diploma paths which may leave them unable to get a job or enroll in college, according to a recent special report.
September 11, 2013
An appeals court ruled that a students misidentified as needing special education services cannot seek relief under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.