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Archway Programs Hosts Danish Special Needs Group

ATCO, NJ – Archway Programs hosted Byhaveskolen representatives on Tuesday, January 16, 2018, as they joined forces in sharing innovative ideas and discussed industry trends. Archway’s administration sat down with the Danish special needs school educators to collaborate and gain

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Confirms the Special Education in Camagüey its essence humanist

“The spirit has no disability”, is the maximum that distinguishes the work of the workers of the special school Heroes of the Moncada, in the city of Camagüey, who every day have the main responsibility for the integral formation of

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Flour Bluff teen tours livestock show with special needs children.

ROBSTOWN — Fourteen-year-old Jules Gilliam always wanted to do something exceptional for her peers with special needs. As a 4-H ambassador with the Nueces County Junior Livestock Show in Robstown, Jules had an idea. She wanted to introduce them to

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Pleasant Valley High celebrates special education students with ‘We Not Me’

Chico >> The sound of cheering and music could be heard across the Pleasant Valley High campus Friday morning as much of the student body gathered in the gym to cheer on the star basketball players of the day. The

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Special education in CPS can be improved with help from parents

The Illinois State Board of Education’s investigation of special education in CPS — as we welcome a new CEO — provides a critical opportunity. As CPS struggles with budgets, special education will always be looked at for efficiencies. Special education

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Texas Education Agency Releases Plan To Reform Special Education

The Texas Education Agency released a preliminary plan for reforming special education Thursday. The Texas Education Agency released a preliminary plan for reforming special education Thursday. In the plan, the TEA addresses federal concerns about Texas’ failure to serve students with disabilities,

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Creating a Dysgraphia-Friendly Classroom

Six ways to support students with dysgraphia—a learning difference that affects a person’s ability to produce written work. By Jessica Hamman – Dysgraphia is a language-based learning difference that affects a student’s ability to produce written language. In the early

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Oft-Jailed Special-Ed Teacher Paid By PPS To Resign From Job

One month after Portland Public Schools put one of its special-education teachers on leave for alleged misconduct, a top district administrator sent an unusually blunt message about him to colleagues. “Based on the evidence, he is a danger to students,” wrote

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Closed Arroyo Grande school reopens for special education studen

A school closed for nearly a year is reopening with a new mission to help students with developmental disabilities. The Lucia Mar Unified School District’s Adult Transition Program has found a new home at the Mesa View Community School in

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Proposed DPS Budget Comes With Staff Cuts To Special Education

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Public School District will likely cut as many as 50 positions from its central office in order to accommodate the proposed 2018/2019 budget. (credit: CBS) There is a slight increase in funding expected, but Superintendent Tom

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