More students with disabilities are being educated alongside their typically-developing peers, according to new federal data.
Facing a severe staffing shortage, one school district says the only way it can provide speech therapy to all the students with special needs who need it is to do so by video chat.
New research suggests that incidents of bullying and other harassment targeting kids with disabilities vary depending on what sort of special needs a child has.
Even after a hearing officer, a federal judge and a state education department sided with a girl with severe disabilities, her school district is suing to force her to return to public school.
Attorneys filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of more than 10,000 students with disabilities who they say likely will be harmed more than others by a teachers’ strike that began this week.
Fed up with what they see as obstinate parents who don’t agree to special education for their kids, schools sometimes use the threat of a child-protection investigation to strong-arm parents.
Educators are turning to yoga and mindfulness to help kids of all ages overcome challenges, whether it’s a physical disability, a health issue, anxiety, stress or depression.
The high school graduation rate for students with disabilities across the nation is on the rise again, new federal figures indicate.
Following the death of a 13-year-old with autism who was restrained face-down for nearly two hours, the school where the incident occurred will cease operations permanently.
A federal class action lawsuit alleges that the school day for many kids with disabilities is being cut short, with some as young as 5 receiving just one or two hours of instruction a day.