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Missouri has so much money coming so quickly from federal COVID-19 relief laws that it risks losing nearly $ 2 billion to schools. When Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven asked for support for projects to improve teacher retention last week, the members of the federal subcommittee on stimulus spending wanted to know how an important federal […]

November 16, 2021

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Tags: disabilities, education, Families, Feel, Jobs, Risk, special, Students, unfilled

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Categories: Special needs education

Susan Book knows how bad things can get when a child doesn’t have a stable, trusted special education teacher. Her son Emerson is 11 years old and is autistic. He identifies as a student with a disability. “I attribute autism to its absolutely amazing creative brain,” said Book. “He comes with song parodies and jokes […]

August 24, 2021

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Tags: COVID, Pfizer, pregnancy, Risk, Summary, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

Imagine you’re 16 and you’ve just pulled your parents’ car into your neighbor’s mailbox. You might start like this, “Look, a lot of new drivers have minor accidents as part of their learning curve. It’s common. It happens.” The Bloomberg article I screened is cruel and inflammatory. Covax is ashamed of its low point. OBs […]

By Joyce Chimbi NAIROBI, KENYA, July 27, 2021 (IPS) – Difficulties in accessing education for children and youth displaced from their homes were exposed today in a high-level virtual round table organized by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, Education can’t wait to be convened (ECW) UK and Canada. The round table was an important moment […]