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November 22, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: education, Online, serves, special, Students

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Categories: Special needs education

In recent years, the pandemic has made online education the de facto training format for almost all Americans. While it proved workable for many, it also highlighted some of the common pitfalls in the traditional online education landscape, leading to the common perception that online educational formats do not provide the same level of instruction […]

Some Madison School District elementary school parents are frustrated with the introduction of a last minute online learning option for younger learners after teachers have been mixed, causing some classes to grow and others to shrink. Molly Ruder, parents of a Lapham elementary school student, said she received an email from the district on Friday […]

July 22, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: education, High, innovative, Online, quality, School, UCTs

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Categories: Special needs education

Starting January 2022, when the University of Cape Town (UCT) launches its new UCT Online High School, innovative, high quality high school education will be available to all South African learners. The virtual high school is a partnership with the Valenture Institute, a South African educational technology company specializing in higher education. Endorsed by the […]

(Picture from a picture agency) WILLIAMSBURG – From autumn this year, the School of Education will expand its 100 percent online offering with several new programs. An online Master of Arts in Education enables practicing teachers to expand their knowledge and skills in one of three specializations: Grade K-6 Special Education, Grades 6-12 Special Education […]

NEW YORK, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Leeds Equity Partners (“Leeds Equity”), the new York-based private equity firm and eLuma (the “Company”), a leading two-way marketplace for the delivery of live, online special education and mental health services and software to K-12 districts, schools and their students throughout Land, announced today that Leeds […]

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to this week’s community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. Our first thread was from Lucy Livingston, a lecturer in psychology at Cardiff University in the UK. She and her team have developed an online multiple-choice version of a test that […]

Alan Winnikoff When I take my son to special needs programs in Westchester, I often hear that autism parents cite a certain statistic – 70% of special needs couples break up. I’ve never been able to verify that – it might be urban legend rather than reality. On the flip side, I know many couples […]