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January 18, 2022

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Tags: education, formula, local, News, State

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Categories: Special needs education

Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education have released their first look at a new framework for state funding for education. They have requested public comment by Jan. 18, with a goal of releasing the final plan by Jan. 24. “I would like to personally thank the parents, teachers, students, and citizens of […]

January 13, 2022

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Tags: Award, education, Poway, program, special, State, Unified, wins

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A state award was recognized for a program by the Poway Unified School District that redesigned special education services and teaching to bring more students into the general education setting. The district received the California School Board Association’s Golden Bell Award in the Special Education category for its Inclusive Practices Program. “I was thrilled,” said […]

January 4, 2022

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Tags: Coalition, January, Medical, Peoples, rally, Rights, State, York

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Categories: autism

Children’s Health Defense is offering a complimentary bus shuttle to this event at 10:00 AM at the Capitol in Albany, NY. Click here for all the details. Attorney spokesmanMary Holland, Child Health ProtectionKevin Jenkins, Global Urban Health InitiativeRev. Aaron LewisRita Palma, My children My choiceDonna Schmidt, New Yorker Against Medical MandatesSujata Gibson, Child Health ProtectionJohn […]

January 2, 2022

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Tags: districts, education, School, Seeks, special, State, Volunteers

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“I am a parent, I and my wife have a son. That’s a junior high school now and he has autism, ”said Valentine Anaya, parent. Anaya said his family worked with several special educators and teachers for years. “We start anew every year. And I think my problem was, especially for children with autism, they […]

December 8, 2021

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Tags: approves, board, education, masking, offramp, regulation, State

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The Maryland State Board of Education on Tuesday approved a new emergency ordinance that would allow schools to lift masking requirements based on local COVID-19 metrics. To enter into force, the regulation would have to be approved by the State’s Joint Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review Committee (AELR). It would repeal and replace a nationwide […]

The North Carolina budget approves massive funding for capital projects at UNCW and other initiatives that benefit K-12 students in the Cape Fear area. (Courtesy Photo by Bradley Pearce / UNCW) WILMINGTON – With the North Carolina Compromise Budget approved, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington will benefit from numerous capital projects and employee […]

November 25, 2021

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Tags: children, commits, education, Promote, State

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Categories: Special needs education

The Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE), launched the national conference on job evaluation. The Department of State’s Principal Secretary (PS) for Curriculum Reform Implementation Prof. Fatuma Chege, who represents the Cabinet Secretary (CS) for Education, Prof. George Magoha, noted that the government is committed to promoting education […]

November 6, 2021

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Tags: Award, classroom, earn, education, helps, Love, State, Students, Woman, Ypsilanti

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6th Ypsilanti Community Schools parapro receives state recognition, check for US $ 1,000 YPSILANTI, MI – In the Achieving College & Career Education building at Ypsilanti Community Schools, there’s a running joke that when someone needs to check into a student’s mother, aunt, or grandmother, they just have to find Carla Whitsett. That’s because Whitsett’s […]

Educators are so sought after in South Carolina that observers call it a “teacher market”. While it’s comforting that teachers have options, shouldn’t government officials turn the educational landscape into a market for students too? Fortunately for the families, some politicians are already working on it. A recent survey of teachers in South Carolina found […]

October 16, 2021

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Tags: billions, education, modest, reform, Save, State, taxpayers

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Categories: Special needs education

A recently published school reform study in New York promises timely tax and educational benefits, not just for the Empire State. Some brief background information will help us understand the important implications of the study for Connecticut. In 2011, Arizona became the first state to introduce an education savings account (ESA). The ESA plans provide […]

One of the many struggles in special education is the growing need for more teachers who have experience with special education children. In the current training program at Baldwin Wallace, students can obtain a license, which limits their marketability and focuses the curriculum on one area. With a dual licensing program, these students could get […]