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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
June 14, 2019
There’s an app for that: How two rural counties reached more kids with developmental delays
Two rural counties in northern Colorado came up with a software app to reach more young children with developmental delays.
February 28, 2019
Few students with disabilities use Tennessee voucher program, now in its second full year
Only 137 out of 42,000 eligible students are using the state's Individualized Education Account program.
‘endrew f.’ plaintiffs speak out
November 15, 2017
Parents of Colorado student to Betsy DeVos: We are not a ‘poster child’ for your school choice agenda
A Colorado couple who won a special education case in court feel U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos wrongly portrayed them as a school choice success story.
choice for most
August 10, 2017
Chalkbeat explains: When can private schools discriminate against students?
Here’s your guide to understanding when, why and how private schools can say no to some students.
January 18, 2017
How New York City’s education world is reacting to Trump education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos
Including UFT president Michael Mulgrew, Success Academy CEO Eva Moskowitz, and advocates for students with disabilities.
November 30, 2016
These private schools will be Tennessee’s first to accept special education vouchers
Launching in 2017, the state's new voucher program allows parents to receive public money for private special education services.
January 28, 2016
Want to keep school vouchers out of Tennessee? You’re too late
While the legislature is engulfed in debate over whether to create a school voucher system, the state already has a voucher law being implemented for disabled students.
October 29, 2015
How PE classes are working to get kids with disabilities off the sidelines
More teacher training and modified equipment have helped teachers in Denver and other Colorado districts better include students with disabilities in P.E. classes.
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