STUDENT VOICE: I have autism, ADHD, dysgraphia and Tourette’s; what I don’t have is extra time on the Kentucky Governor’s cup contest
A disabled student discusses the accommodations that can give him a shot at an independent future
New report highlights strong points, challenges in getting all kids to graduation
STUDENT VOICE: They told me I’d never go to college but I just finished my freshman year — what about all the other students with autism?
It’s time to prepare all learners for the future.
The developing technology could bring great leaps in learning
Educators say they’re unprepared to teach wide range of students
Learning technology once reserved for special needs students is now in everyone’s hands. Can teachers figure out how best to use it?
As technology increasingly blurs the lines between how different students best learn, teachers face new demands
A New Orleans charter network has spent the last year making up teaching for special-ed students shorted two years ago
An investigation found that ReNEW SciTech Academy had inflated how much extra attention it would provide to certain students, and then didn’t provide the extra help to those who really needed it. The Louisiana education department made the charter network find those students and provide help
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Teen with three disabilities makes a public plea for innovation in education — and blows the experts away