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Available in: English | Arabia **AMMAN, January 19, 2022 **— Schools should be the last sector to close and the first to open to prevent a learning loss that could affect children in years to come, UN leaders have urged organizations and the World Bank in Jordan today. All agencies and the World Bank commended […]

January 19, 2022

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Tags: COVID19, education, Hampton, impacting, quality, Roads

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Categories: Special needs education

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (CURLED) – With positive COVID-19 Cases are rising in our area, many teachers and school staff are out due to quarantine, and school systems are trying to do whatever it takes to stay open five days a week, WAVY.com focuses on the quality of education for children in our area. We spoke […]

SINGAPORE: More than 60 percent of 3,900 special school students (SPED) who were invited to the COVID-19 vaccination have registered for their vaccinations, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced on Wednesday (January 12). Vaccination training for students aged six to 11 in SPED schools began Wednesday in four schools – Katong School, Lighthouse School, Lee […]

In Europe, Italy was the first country affected by the novel coronavirus, with a huge number of cases in a very short time, primarily in the country’s northern regions (e.g., Lombardia, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto; see, e.g., Corbisiero et al., 2020; Paoloni & Tutino, 2020). The alarming speed of virus transmission forced the Italian government to rapidly adopt a […]

January 5, 2022

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Tags: COVID19, education, lockdown, restart, Sector, Struggles, Uganda, Years

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Categories: Special needs education

In March 2020, President Museveni closed all educational institutions to curb the spread of Covid-19. Institutions were allowed to operate gradually by October 2020 before a second wave of Covid struck the country again in June 2021. As YUDAYA NANGONZI writes, there is some light at the end of the tunnel after the Ministry of […]

Introduction Background The reported study is one of an ongoing series of small-scale collaborative research projects undertaken by researchers at the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter that focus on exclusionary practices in schools in England and the perspectives of varied stakeholders on illegal exclusionary practices (Done & Knowler, 2020a, 2020b, 2020c, 2021; Done et al., […]

November 2, 2021

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Tags: assessments, Autism, Bishop, COVID19, Rethinking, Spectrum, time, Zwaigenbaum

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Categories: autism

Lonnie Zwaigenbaum professor, University of Alberta Somer bishop Associate professor, University of California, San Francisco The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the perception of autism. Most of the clinical reviews that are critical to understanding, tracking, and delivering help to children with this condition have been relocated online. This transition to telemedicine has made it […]

October 26, 2021

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Tags: Act, antivax, COVID19, education, ministry, Nov, Radzi, teachers, wait

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Categories: Special needs education

KUCHING: The Ministry of Education will wait until November 1st to take action against teachers who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Minister Datuk Dr. Radzi Jidin said this is in line with the Public Services Department (JPA) directive that requires all officers to be vaccinated by November 1. “Since the JPA announced, some teachers […]

October 20, 2021

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Tags: antipsychotics, Autism, COVID19, delayed, Diagnoses, Numbers, preschool, Spectrum, vaccinations

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Welcome to this month’s edition of the By the Numbers newsletter! At Spectrum, we do our best to summarize the latest in autism research. And sometimes the best summary comes in the form of a diagram or a map. In this newsletter we put interesting new research results in a nutshell, […]

October 20, 2021

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Tags: Booster, COVID19, pregnant, Shot, Women

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Categories: Parenting

Registering for a booster vaccination can also help the unborn baby. Dr. Andrea Edlow, gynecologist and researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital, showed that the immune response triggered by Covid-19 mRNA vaccines in pregnant and breastfeeding women was far stronger than the response triggered by coronavirus infection. They also found that these antibodies were robustly passed […]

October 11, 2021

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Tags: board, Candidates, COVID19, education, Masks, policies, Talk

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Categories: Special needs education

MONROE, CT – Justin Orlando, a Republican Education Committee nominee who rejects masked mandates, literally wore his views on his chest during an interview at Starbucks on Friday morning. His T-shirt read: “Breaking News: Fresh air is still fresh air.” He disagrees with Governor Ned Lamont having sole authority over how the state deals with […]