Articles (291)

This article was written by Franczek P.C. of Education Week on November 8, 2021. In this second blog post in our series on the OSERS Question and Answerdocument on IDEA requirements related to returning to in-person instruction, we are focusing on two questions relevant to this time of transition and uncertainty. (Our first post highlighted the […]

This article was written by Leo Adkins of the Sunday Vision on November 6, 2021. 15% of the entire globe is experiencing either one or another form of disability. 80% of these marginalized groups are from developing countries. The challenges of the specially-abled people are many but most of the outcomes of the hurdle that […]

This article was written by Jillian Atelsek of the Frederick News-Post and posted by Government on November 1, 2021. The classroom next door was getting rowdy, but Pam Adams-Campbell didn’t seem to notice. She smiled, alone in her small office. Her eyes were fixed on the computer monitor in front of her, balanced on […]

This article was written by Shawnna Yashar and published by the Fairfax Times on November 1, 2021. Dear Editor – This week, my husband and I had our son’s parent teacher conference. He’s reading at a first-grade level. He’s 9 and should be in 4th grade.    Private testing diagnosed him with dyslexia in August 2020. […]

This article was written by Michelle Diament of the Disability Scoop on November 1, 2021 Amid concerns about a decline in referrals, federal officials are pressing states to ensure that young kids with disabilities receive the early intervention services they’re entitled to. The U.S. Department of Education released two guidance documents late last week clarifying […]