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Special education teachers, including subs, must meet certain state-set qualification standards, making planning for classroom coverage during COVID particularly challenging.
When anxiety is causing a refusal to attend school, educators and support staff can take several actions to help, including teaching coping strategies and promoting social modeling.
There are certain considerations to keep in mind for remote or hybrid learning. Here are four steps to guide you
School teams should respond with FAPE in mind when a parent of a student with a disability requests independent study from home.
Six teachers discuss how they are creatively managing different types of instruction, and how policymakers and stakeholders can help.
Our infographic highlights some of the notable changes and court decisions between 1975, when it first became federal law that states receive funding to provide a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) to children with disabilities, and 2017.
Six educators share their thoughts on the fear of COVID-19, the connections with students and parents and the staffing shortages in schools.
Six teachers across the country reflect on instruction, time management and learning in 2020.
When schools aren't able to operate under standard conditions, IEP teams must ensure there are plans in place for special education students are still receive services.
Here are 3 considerations for establishing protocols for electronic signatures when parents are unable to sign special education documents such as IEPs and evaluation reports.
Democratic members of Congress have reintroduced the Keeping All Students Safe Act, which would make it illegal for schools receiving federal money to seclude children and would ban certain restraint practices.