Many former special education students struggle to find good-paying jobs, and high schools are partly to blame.
By Tara Drinks Children with learning and attention issues often feel misunderstood—much like the title character in 20th
Across the country, black and Latino children with special needs are far less likely to graduate than their white peers.
Efforts to remove the stigma for students with disabilities have paid off.
How better soft skills might boost low college persistence and employment rates.
They're capable of the work. School leaders and teachers just don't always believe it.
Think of the good you could do. You could have become famous for making a positive impact, changing a life even, for a kid
Our education system is failing students with special needs.
"I don't think that's a fair third-grade question."
While they might be fun for some, they actually serve a purpose to many.