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7 states to receive grants to improve special education

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 22, 2016

The US Department of Education is investing $7 million in recruiting, training and retaining special-education teachers in Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina and Oregon. The goal is to help improve outcomes for students enrolled in special education, said Education Secretary John King Jr. Disability Scoop (08/19)


Including peer helpers improves school culture

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 26, 2016

Simulations provide insight into learning disabilities

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 22, 2016

Colo. students gain independence on college campuses

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 24, 2016

Does listening to an audiobook count as reading?

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 22, 2016

Program gives preview of college life

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 22, 2016

More than 4,000 schools use corporal punishment, analysis shows

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 24, 2016

Survey: Special-education teachers more likely to use iPads, tech in class

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 24, 2016

Is blended learning losing favor among parents?

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 26, 2016

Educator: Why digital accessibility matters

SmartBrief on Special Education | Aug 26, 2016


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