students with disabilities

Schools are struggling to educate 7 million students who receive special education services in the absence of physical classrooms.
Advocates say a proposed end to federal funding for the Special Olympics was merely a small part of an anti-disability budget.
Deep cuts to Medicaid will imperil key programs necessary to treat vulnerable American students.
When offices set up to assist people with disabilities become obstacles.
Georgia is unnecessarily segregating students with special needs, a lawsuit alleges.
Instruction: districts' Title I Schoolwide Programs should provide for professional development to strengthen teaching, 1114
Success Academy is New York City's largest charter school network. About 11,000 children attend its thirty-six schools. But apparently it also discriminates against students with disabilities, at least according to a legal complaint filed by parents.
A study released Wednesday, led by Penn State education professor Paul Morgan, suggests that's the case. Schools have been
Since 1975, I.D.E.A. was created to provide individuals with any learning, mental and/or physical disabilities equal access to education, protection under the law from harassment and discrimination, and self-sufficiency skills for independence in their post-educational lives.
Since 2009, the feds have received 2,000 complaints of such incidents. But until now, due to the nature of his disability