Category: Special Education News

Improving special educational needs services for Lancashire’s young people

Lancashire Health and Wellbeing Board is set to receive report into the progress of special educational needs and disability reforms. By Local Democracy Reporter Paul Faulkner The first formal report on work undertaken to improve special educational needs services for

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Summit students, staff sound off on problems

The administration at Summit Academy Secondary School asked teachers to do work beyond the scope of their training and qualifications to meet state deadlines, a state report indicated. According to the Ohio Department of Education report, “teachers indicated they were

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52 Faces: Retired teacher looks for what’s next

Special education long has been in Deb Walz’s heart Throughout her many years in the Burlington School District, Sandy Walz taught at three schools, worked with 25 student teachers and taught general and special education to varying grade levels. Walz,

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New Lamar principal a familiar face

After spending her whole career at Lamar Early Education Center, MaryJane Hutchins has become principal of the prekindergarten campus. In her 22nd year with Ector County Independent School District, Hutchins taught special education for 13 years, regular education for five

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Officials raise awareness for special needs program

Lyon County Emergency Communications is raising awareness for a program designed to address the needs of children, teens and adults with special needs during an emergency. While the program itself is not new, communications officers are raising awareness for the

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YMCA and Camp Exploration host special needs kids

Kids with special needs never have to sit out of the activities offered up at Camp Exploration. Four Cleveland County special education teachers came together this year to create the week-long summer camp for their students who don’t typically get

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Allow federal help for special education services to private school children

As if it’s not bad enough that the Massachusetts Constitution still includes amendments rooted in the anti-Catholic bigotry of the 19th century, we now learn that the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is using the amendments to deny

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Cross-campus team awarded $1.25 million for special education class

Breaking down the silos of public and higher education to help learners with disabilities is the mission behind a new East Carolina University graduate program involving multiple colleges. Project CONVEY (Collaborating to Overcome Needs by improving the Voice of Exceptional

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About the Department of Special Needs Education

The Department of Special Needs Education has about 70 employees that work with research, teaching and dissemination of knowledge. Through research, education and the dissemination of knowledge, the Department of Special Needs Education is endeavoring to develop knowledge and competence

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New policy for students with special needs in education, exams

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) a .. Source: New policy for students with special needs in education, exams – Times of India

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