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SINGAPORE – Mr. Nirat Singh Rajpal dreamed of inventing headphones for others like him who suffer from hearing loss. When he found out that such headphones already existed, Mr. Nirat founded an organization in Vietnam at the age of 16 to help students with the same disease. The Singaporean, who grew up in Vietnam, has […]

October 13, 2021

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Tags: country, East, education, funding, Lowest, News, Riding, special

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Because the number of students who need it will increase. Author: Local Democracy Reporter, Joe GerrardPublished 1 hour ago Assistance was not available to an East Riding Special Needs Child (SEND) after hundreds of vendors were approached amid a “creaky” national system and a looming £ 90 million deficit, councilors heard. The East Riding Council […]

CALABASAS – Citing his focus on leadership, social justice and diversity, Dan Stepenosky, Superintendent of the Unified School District of Las Virgenes, was recognized with one of its highest honors by the Los Angeles County Office of Education on Wednesday, October 6th. Stepenosky was named the LA County Office of Education Superintendent of the Year […]

South Carolina’s school districts will have access to $ 56 million in federal funding in the coming weeks to support groups of students at risk. The SC Department of Education announced the new pot of federal COVID-19 funding on October 5. The money comes from the American federal bailout law and can be used to […]

September 29, 2021

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Tags: affected, askST, Child, COVID19, education, News, Parenting, PSLE, Rules, Stories, Top

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

SINGAPORE – Confused by changing Covid-19 rules for candidates taking the primary school leaving exam (PSLE)? Ahead of the first written PSLE ​​paper on Thursday (September 30th), The Straits Times will answer questions about PSLE ​​candidates affected by the Covid-19 rules based on the guidance of the Department of Education (MOE) and Department of Health […]

September 25, 2021

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Tags: Center, charges, Child, education, facing, Hillcrest, member, News, rape, staff

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Categories: Special needs education

The Berkshire prosecutor’s office says Douglas Agyeh threatens violent rape of a child and rape of a child exacerbated by an age gap of ten years. GREAT BARRINGTON, MA (WGGB / WSHM) – New from Berkshire County tonight, a special school worker in Great Barrington has been charged with child rape. The Berkshire district attorney’s […]

SINGAPORE – The Singapore Science Center dimmed lights and lowered the volume when a group of students with special educational needs recently visited. The 38 students at Grace Orchard School could, for example, borrow earmuffs if the exhibitions were too stimulating for them. This was part of the science center’s effort to better welcome people […]

SINGAPORE – More than 80 percent of teachers in a nationwide survey said their mental health was negatively impacted by their work amid the Covid-19 pandemic. They cited long working hours as one reason, with 80.6 percent saying they worked more than 45 hours a week. This is above the average for the working population […]

September 18, 2021

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Tags: askST, education, homebased, learning, News, Parenting, primary, schools, Stories, Top

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

SINGAPORE – The Ministry of Education announced on Saturday (September 18) that all primary school students will begin Full Home Learning (HBL) from September 27 through the end of the Primary School Leaving Exam (PSLE) on October 6. The ministry said this would also be the case at special schools (SPED) that offer the national […]

1 Israel Suaste-Gonzalez, guilty of criminal sexual assault (SOURCE: Lake County State Prosecutor’s Office). (Lake County, IL) – A man from the Mundelein area was sentenced to 24 years in prison late Tuesday afternoon for sexually abusing a special needs student while employed in the Special Education District of Lake County (SEDOL). Israel Suaste-Gonzalez, now […]

GRANGEVILLE – “A child’s education shouldn’t rely on their zip code,” said Luke Mayville of Reclaim Idaho. Mayville met with about 15 volunteers in Grangeville on Friday, September 3rd. He was in the area promoting the Quality Education Act. Reclaim Idaho’s main organizing tactic is electoral initiative. There are currently petitions for this law and […]