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March 5, 2022

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Categories: Special needs education

ExploreUD, EC celebrate one year of ‘The Hub’ at downtown Arcade Cox’s three-year contract with the ESC has already been renewed, and she said she told her board of education about the application in January when she applied. The original deadline for the ODE job was Dec. 31, but was extended to March 1. Cox […]

February 14, 2022

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Tags: alleged, City, Dawson, Department, education, failures, Parent, special, sues

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Categories: Special needs education

A parent in Dawson City is suing the Yukon education department about the alleged lack of inclusive education resources at Robert Service School and across the territory’s education system in general — something she argues is denying her child the right to an education. The lawsuit was initially filed to the Yukon Supreme Court last […]

One of the many struggles in the special education field is the increasing need for more teachers who have experience with special needs children. In Baldwin Wallace’s current educational program, students can be licensed, which limits their marketability and focuses the curriculum in one area. Baldwin Wallace is working to establish a dual license program […]

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January 16, 2022

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Tags: Celebrate, Department, education, Iconic, January, Literacy, School, week

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The webinar on inclusive education will be organized in partnership with AIM on January 17th in virtual and physical mode. Photo credit: Shutterstock New Delhi: School Education and Literacy Department celebrates cult week under “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” from January 17th to 21st. As part of the cult week, the department is organizing a series […]

The Georgia Department of Education announces its 2022 legislative priorities – key public education issues that will guide State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ interactions with lawmakers in the upcoming regular session. “Our legislative priorities are in line with the larger vision of creating a public education system that is student and class-centered.” Superintendent Woods said. […]

One of the many struggles in special education is the growing need for more teachers who have experience with special education children. In the current training program at Baldwin Wallace, students can obtain a license, which limits their marketability and focuses the curriculum on one area. With a dual licensing program, these students could get […]

South Carolina’s school districts will have access to $ 56 million in federal funding in the coming weeks to support groups of students at risk. The SC Department of Education announced the new pot of federal COVID-19 funding on October 5. The money comes from the American federal bailout law and can be used to […]

FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Members of the Broward School Committee met Tuesday to discuss sanctions from Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran for the county’s face-covering policy. On Monday, the Florida Department of Education followed up its threat to withhold monthly salaries from school board members who violated Governor Ron DeSantis’s ban on mask mandates, despite […]

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – The Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Dr. Penny Schwinn announced Friday that she will consider allowing classrooms or schools to make the temporary transition to virtual learning if necessary. Schwinn informed the school management in a letter of announcement. Commissioner Schwinn said in the letter that exemptions were required for the […]

Universities, schools and kindergartens in England have been advised to postpone seeking help managing Covid-19 outbreaks until a cluster of up to 10% of employees, students or children is infected with the virus. A new “Emergency Framework” issued by the Department for Education (DfE) for all educational institutions in England – from universities and colleges […]

EL DORADO, Ark. KTVE / KARD (7/28/21) – The Arkansas Department of Education released new guidelines for schools this fall. “Last year was a challenging school year,” said Kimberly Mundell, director of communications for ADE. “We hope for the best, but we need to prepare as this new Delta variant is making its rounds across […]