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Each November, the National Education Association (NEA) hosts American Education Week to celebrate public education and the individuals whose passion for teaching transforms the lives of students.

In honor of American Education Week, Dr. Rick Ginsberg, dean of the University of Kansas School of E...

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Parents and teachers of children with autism know that the keys to success in their education are patience, collaboration and mutual support between home and school. They also know that finding the time to review the latest research, as well as developing the skills to understand how to apply it, ca...

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The U.S. Department of Labor reports that among individuals with disabilities between 20 and 24 years of age, the employment-population ratio was 36.9 percent in 2017. In contrast, the employment-population ratio for individuals without a disability in this age cohort was 67.3 percent.1

In order...

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Response to Intervention (RTI) is a system of supports that schools put in place to provide high-quality education to students with disabilities. It was originally developed as an overall framework for prediction, remediation and prevention of negative outcomes common for students with disabilities....

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School principals are crucial to student outcomes. They’re the ones holding the organizations together, ensuring students are prepared for their academic challenges and that teachers have the support and tools they need to run classrooms effectively. Yet, as our infographic below expresses, our sc...

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