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Research shows that over a third of children and adolescents over the age of 18 meet the criteria for a psychiatric disorder. However, only a small percentage of students with mental health problems receive the necessary special educational offers – not least because of the lack of qualified specialists. Recognizing the urgent need for more […]

July 19, 2021

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Tags: 189M, concerns, COVID19, education, FCPS, grant, moves, persist, special

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Categories: Special needs education

The Fairfax County School Board yesterday (Thursday) approved a framework to apply for federal Covid-19 funds, with the understanding that it would have better oversight and more information on how the money is being spent. The roughly $ 189 million plan is set to begin next school year and extend through June 2024. His mission […]

July 16, 2021

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Tags: charter, education, Give, grant, groups, program, School, State, time

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Categories: Special needs education

Demographics at charter schools Last school year, 200 charter schools were opened in North Carolina, with six more to open in the fall. Charter schools are taxpayer funded schools that are exempt from some of the requirements traditional public schools must meet, such as providing buses and meals for students. The lack of transportation and […]

During his Fulbright year of service, Fisher plans to share his culture through guitar presentations and music exchanges, and to build community through classroom and civic service service. “The general idea is to share the culture that shaped me in Auburn, Tuscaloosa, and my time in Alabama at large, and learn more about something I […]

Prospective teachers can breathe easier with their educational and career goals as the U.S. Department of Education relaxed its TEACH funding program and the Biden-Harris administration is proposing an increase in the program about the American Family Plan (AFP). The Ministry of Education’s changes – first introduced in the summer of 2020 by former Minister […]

There are more than 222,000 students with special educational needs in Georgia. The family of all students enrolled in a public school since March 13, 2020 can apply for a scholarship online. The money can be used for documented costs for a variety of expenses, including speech therapy, tutoring, software, counseling, and transportation. Mentioned the […]