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How Iowa professors address student accommodations

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 27, 2015

Iowa college professors in this article discuss their challenges with teaching and accommodating students with disabilities in their classes. Most professors do not have training and rely on campus disability services, their own experiences or the students advocating for themselves to guide accommodations. Des Moines Register (Iowa) (tiered subscription model), The (04/26)


Children who outgrow autism still need educational support

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 29, 2015

Proposed rule clarifies "maintenance of effort" obligation

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 29, 2015

Two teachers support students with autism in multiple settings

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 27, 2015

Event expands job skills for students with disabilities

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 29, 2015

Study: Student-led summer reading may sustain, boost skills

SmartBrief on Special Education | May 01, 2015

3 states may sue over Common Core test problems

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 27, 2015

Study: Disability awareness program led to fewer peer friendships

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 27, 2015

Loss of control eating syndrome prevalent in children with ADHD

SmartBrief on Special Education | May 01, 2015

Calif. specialists mentor special-ed teachers on best practices

SmartBrief on Special Education | Apr 27, 2015


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