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De Blasio Offers Easier Access to City Money for Special Education

News from New York Times: HTTP/1.1 302 Found Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2014 20:12:55 GMT Server: Apache Set-Cookie: NYT-S=deleted; expires=Thu, 01-Jan-1970 00:00:01 GMT; path=/; domain=www.stg.nytimes.com Set-Cookie: NYT-S=0MrRmN0I2VxMLDXrmvxADeHDdy2Qi8Ll7udeFz9JchiAIUFL2BEX5FWcV.Ynx4rkFI; expires=Fri, 25-Jul-2014 20:12:55 GMT; path=/; domain=.nytimes.com Location: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/25/nyregion/de-blasio-offers-easier-access-to-city-money-for-special-education.html?_r=0 Content-Length: 0 Cneonction: close Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: Apache Cache-Control: no-cache Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 Content-Length: 58376 Accept-Ranges: [...]

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Special Report: The education of China’s oil company – Reuters

News from Special Report: The education of China’s oil company – Reuters: Share this Email Print Reprints >>> Read the full article Related News:

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School board: Teacher choked, hit special education students and called them …

News from Hunterdon County Democrat – NJ.com: The Franklin Township Board of EducationMeghan D. Hodgin/NJ.com  FRANKLIN — The decision to fire a tenured special education teacher accused of choking and hitting two different students, and using derogatory language in class, was recently upheld by the state commissioner of education, and forwarded to the state board of examiners. [...]

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Tell Me More: Education Special and Twitter Chat

News from NPR: Enlarge image i Use #NPRAspen to share your ideas about improving education and learning. NPR Use #NPRAspen to share your ideas about improving education and learning. NPR Education has been a critical topic for >>> Read the full article Related News:

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State studying new regulations for special education

News from Chicago Tribune: Decades-old limits on the size of special education classes would disappear along with restrictions on the number of disabled students in traditional classrooms under proposals being pushed by state education leaders. The proposed changes could affect students both with and without disabilities in virtually every public school in Illinois and open [...]

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Sequestration Special Education Cuts May Put Disabled Californians At Risk

News from Huffington Post: SAN FRANCISCO — Manal Al-Thayer’s daughter Sara’s ability to do even basic things was severely limited when she first started special education classes in kindergarten. “She couldn’t walk or crawl. She learned that from the school’s therapy classes,” Al-Thayer told The Huffington Post. “She couldn’t even chew or swallow her own [...]

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Audit: Special ed cutting into general education budgets in Minnesota

News from Duluth News Tribune: An increasing amount of the Duluth school district’s general education fund is being diverted to special education, officials say, a circumstance seen statewide that is hampering the ability of school districts to reach other education goals, such as reducing class sizes. An audit delivered to state lawmakers Wednesday urges them [...]

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Nonpublic special education school graduates outpace their peers in public …

News from Baltimore Sun: While most children see dream jobs, spouses and freedom in their futures, Brian Bailey saw only death. The autistic boy, who stopped speaking at 18 months, grew up with anxiety about getting older, and his rocky educational track record early on didn’t allay his fears. “I was obsessing from the beginning [...]

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Academic success in special education not linked to spending, study finds

News from Washington Post: The amount of money spent by school districts on special education varies greatly around the country, and some districts that spend less than others are getting better academic results from students, according to a study released Wednesday. The study, sponsored by the conservative Thomas B. Fordham Institute, suggests that some districts [...]

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Special education parents upset with Soquel Union district leadership

News from San Jose Mercury News: SOQUEL – Parents of special education kids were disappointed their concerns about leadership within Soquel Union Elementary School District went unaddressed during Wednesday’s board meeting. Several parents have sent letters to district officials in recent weeks upset over remarks made by Trustees Judy McGooden and Sandra Wallace at a [...]

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