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ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Virginia (WVIR) – Albemarle County’s public schools are celebrating a day in history that changed their schools for the better. On December 2, 1975, federal laws passed allowed special schools in public schools. Now Albemarle County has solid opportunities for learners of all kinds. Nicole Group chairs the Special Education Advisory Committee. She […]

December 1, 2021

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Tags: defends, diktat, education, maskwearing, Minister, schools

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Categories: Special needs education

The Minister of Education was forced to defend the new rules for wearing masks for elementary school children during a furious exchange in the Dáil. Norma Foley also said there will be some “leeway” in the coming days as schools begin to look at the new requirements. Children aged nine and over or in third […]

November 30, 2021

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Tags: education, hitting, Iowa, schools, Shortage, Worker

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Categories: Special needs education

The Lewis Central Community School District is feeling the shortage, Superintendent Eric Knost said. “I would say we continue to struggle to find a sufficient number of candidates in almost all support staff positions,” he said. “As far as the substitute teachers are concerned, we are better than last year, but we still lack substitutes […]

Zwei Wochen im Voraus: Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina stimmten am 28. Oktober für die Schließung der Schulen am 12. November für einen „Tag der Freundlichkeit, Gemeinschaft und Verbundenheit“. Fünf Tage im Voraus: Am Abend des Mittwochs, dem 17. November, gaben die öffentlichen Schulen von Ann Arbor in Michigan bekannt, dass sie am folgenden […]

November 14, 2021

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Tags: County, education, grow, program, schools, special, teachers, Washtenaw

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Justin Harper, a parapagogue at Ann Arbor Public Schools, is one of 25 members of the first pilot to help paraprofessionals earn their teaching degree. The pilot is a partnership between the local school district, Washtenaw Intermediate School District and Eastern Michigan University.Martin Slagter | The Ann Arbor News ANN ARBOR, MI – Justin Harper […]

November 12, 2021

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Tags: Brown, County, education, Interlocal, Minutes, schools, special

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Categories: Special needs education

(These minutes will not be official until approved at the board meeting on December 1, 2021.) The Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal # 615 Board of Education held its regular November Board of Education meeting on November 3, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the special education building in Hiawatha. April Keo called the meeting […]

DANBURY – Allison Mannix has always tried to teach kids how to do laundry or bake laundry without a working washer, dryer, or oven. She is the teacher for Broadview Middle School’s STEPS program or Student Training in Academic and Pre-Vocational Skills, which includes students with diverse abilities from autism to learning and intellectual disabilities. […]

The student told police that he pulled his face mask under his nose because he was having difficulty breathing. The teacher told him to pull it up first, the student said, she wrapped duct tape around his head about five times. The police report notes that during the interview with the student, his parents “began […]

WATERLOO – Fewer students are attending Waterloo Community Schools this fall after a change in law made it easier for families to enroll their children in other districts. The certified school enrollment number published by Waterloo Schools shows that as of October 1, there were a total of 10,114 students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 […]

For Christina Spielbauer, the most important lesson she can take from her time serving as the director of the Carlisle Area School District is the value of building relationships that serve students. The woman from North Middleton Township will step down as superintendent effective December 31st. Three days later, she will take up her new […]

October 22, 2021

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Tags: boost, education, Legislature, Pay, Public, Santa, schools, teacher

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Categories: Special needs education

The Santa Fe Schools Board is considering urging state lawmakers to “dramatically increase” teacher salaries, citing high teacher and staffing positions and rising housing costs in Santa Fe. A “staff crisis” resolution tabled by CEO Kate Noble during a board meeting on Thursday, if approved, would be submitted to the legislature ahead of the regular […]