Posts Tagged
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October 12, 2021

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Tags: caregiver, commits, CZI, education, million, Power, student, support

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Categories: Special needs education

“More than ever, it is important that classrooms provide a safe space for students to thrive in, and who better to work with educators to create these spaces than students and their families,” said Sandra Liu Huang, Head of Education for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. “By focusing on the voices of students and carers, these […]

October 11, 2021

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Tags: District, education, Hood, hours, Lost, Pay, River, School, student, Worth

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Categories: Special needs education

The Hood River School District has filed another appeal in a potentially landmark legal case covering the educational rights of students with special needs in Oregon. One family sued the county, claiming they refused to give their son who has autism, adequate support and education. Mike and Stephanie Frank believe their son’s right to a […]

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 […]

August 29, 2021

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Tags: College, education, Scholarship, special, student, Westfield, wins

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Categories: Special needs education

WESTFIELD, NJ – Rory Scialabba, a Westfield resident and a graduate of the Calais School in Whippany, is one of two recipients of the Joe Gorga Scholarship, awarded by the Alliance of Private Special Education Schools of New Jersey. The Alliance is a nonprofit group of 40 federally accredited private special schools in northern and […]

August 10, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Charged, Felony, student

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Categories: autism

While the world is in conflict over Covid, the autism world continues to collapse on God knows what worries and horrors. Anne Dachel catalogs the nightmare that families, schools and soon entire state systems face. How long have we had great BLUE Acceptance Messages about Autism? Even so, the penalties are increasing. How long has […]

August 7, 2021

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Tags: column, Community, education, hands, Putting, student

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Categories: Special needs education

If 2020 taught us everything, it is that education evolves to meet the demands of a new generation. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, virtual learning exploded in the educational landscape and has settled permanently. While the district believes that it is best for students to participate in the traditional setting to meet the ever-evolving needs […]

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, more than a dozen states made changes to education funding in the past year. “We have seen many organizations say ‘the weighted student finance model is the way to go’. The other reason we are really driven by it is that we really like the idea of […]