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Types of Evaluations is part 2 of Assessment 101, a series of three articles about developmental assessments by Dr. Aida Khan.
There's value in handling boredom effectively--if, in fact, they're truly bored.
A federal advisory panel is calling on the Obama administration to establish a minimum standard for autism insurance coverage.
A specialist in kinesthetic teaching says that the use of creative movement in the classroom can help students make deeper emotional and interpersonal connections to academic subjects.
Training can help educators work successfully with students with behavioral problems, Nancy Rappaport writes.
Start ASL is looking for 3-5 ASL tutors... and it could be you!
Great tips for educators and parents for the start of the new school year.
A unique program at one Pennsylvania school is using the power of television news to teach social skills to youngsters with Asperger's syndrome.
Hispanic children may be more than twice as likely as other kids to have developmental delay, new research suggests, but in many cases the condition is going unnoticed.
Neurodevelopmental and behavioral therapies used to treat autism-spectrum disorders should be covered by insurers.
Pat Howey offers 10 tips for a successful school year.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Doctors warn about the ethical and medical implications of prescribing attention-boosting and mood-altering medications to healthy kids and teens, in a new statement from the...
Three years after launching an effort to integrate more students with special needs in mainstream classrooms, the Department of Education has some news about
A Kenston High School teacher has designed a popular school club and class that has turned out to be anything but typical.
Wrightslaw special education law and advocacy training programs are designed to meet the needs of parents, advocates, attorneys, educators, health care providers, and others who represent the interests of children with disabilities and their families...
CHATSWORTH ' Nate Humble's speech therapist isn't in his classroom at Northwest Elementary School this day, but he will get a lesson nevertheless. On
Health officials: 1 in 50 school kids have autism
Program Description Participants will learn about changes in IDEA 2004 including: New requirements for initial evaluations, reevaluations & parental consent New requirements for IEPs, IEP goals, IEP teams, IEP meetings New eligibility issues for...
From 2009 to 2011, the agency received more complaints about disability issues than ever before in a three-year period.
A radio blog supporting emotional and behavioral well-being in young people.
The Education Department revised the disciplinary rules with an aim of reducing punishments that keep New York City public-school students out of the classroom.
A growing number of parents of special-needs children are opting out of public schools, deciding instead to home school or to pay for pricey private schools.
By Alana Melanson email@example.com @alanamelanson on Twitter FITCHBURG -- Most special-education students learn more academically and socially when they are able to be included in a normal classroom with additional supports,...