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U.S. schools get creative amid shortage of psychologists

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 26, 2015

Schools nationwide are reporting shortages of psychologists, increasing caseloads and limited services. Some districts, however, are finding creative solutions, including a Massachusetts district that launched a Response to Intervention program that focuses on prevention, services for at-risk students and intensive treatment. District Administration magazine online (01/26)


Study explores gene similarities among siblings with autism

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 28, 2015

How AIMs can make learning more accessible

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 30, 2015

Some states use SWIFT to help boost inclusion

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 28, 2015

School suicide-prevention program shown effective for teens

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 26, 2015

Former NFL quarterback funds 45 proms for teens with disabilities

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 28, 2015

La. district seeks to close minority gap in gifted education

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 28, 2015

How to develop teachers as leaders

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 26, 2015

Proposed changes to NCLB draw criticism from some disability advocates

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 26, 2015

Symptom improvements seen in some pediatric autism patients by age 6

SmartBrief on Special Education | Jan 30, 2015


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