Parents are asking one school district to abandon a policy barring them from recording IEP meetings, arguing that it’s their legal right to have a record of what is said.
After an 11-year-old with autism was given a trophy naming him the “Most Annoying Male” in his class, the local district is seeking to terminate the school’s principal and three teachers.
Too many people with developmental disabilities are being funneled into guardianships rather than exploring less-limiting options, a new government report finds, and schools may be to blame.
A first-grader with autism didn’t want to face the last day of school, so the boy’s principal met him at home and the two walked to class together.
New federal data shows that there are more children in special education and they are accounting for a greater percentage of public school students across the country.
A father is expressing disbelief after his fifth-grader, who has autism, was given a trophy dubbing him the “most annoying male” by his special education teacher.
Lawmakers are looking to make it easier for students with disabilities to transition to college.
Parents say it’s often impossible to find schools to educate bright kids who have disabilities, but some are fighting to change that.
The U.S. Department of Education is telling states to follow a new special education regulation just weeks after saying it will continue fighting the rule in court.
He couldn’t communicate as a child and began college by avoiding people, but Bruno Youn blossomed into a campus leader who was elected by his classmates to speak at graduation.