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According to a US News report, Oklahoma ranks 43rd in the nation for quality of K-12 education. While there is no doubt there are struggles for the state in terms of education and literacy, the values ​​and skills that Oklahomans possess aren’t always easy to see from testing alone. State Education Superintendent Joy Hofmeister made […]

Now that the COVID-19 vaccines are available for most children over 5 years of age, separated parents are facing many unprecedented challenges, including whether to vaccinate their children. This poses a novel challenge to courts when the parents remain in disagreement. Navigating any disagreement regarding minor children, whether the parents are in an intact family/relationship […]

February 12, 2022

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Tags: education, IEP, issues, Parent, schools, sues, Valparaiso

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Categories: Special needs education

VALPARAISO — A parent in Valparaiso Community Schools filed a lawsuit in this case against the district and Porter County Education Services, claiming discrimination toward a disabled student. Victoria rinds previously won a due process against the district and PCES during the summer of 2021, when an independent hearing officer found that her child with […]

February 8, 2022

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Tags: Activities, address, education, issues, research, School

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Categories: Special needs education

Chennai: In a bid to address the issues in school education, the Tamil Nadu government has undertaken core research activities, including the impact of social media and mobile apps on learning habits among students. Accordingly, the Tamil Nadu State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), a wing of the School Education Department, has been […]

February 1, 2022

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Tags: Budgets, Causing, education, issues, pupils, significant, special, Wiping

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Categories: autism

By Anne Dachl Every week when I look through the stories I’ve collected loss of brain trust, I’m looking for the one that really caught my attention. This week it was one from Great Britain The Northamptonshire Telegraph ran the story North Northants students are being forced into expensive out-of-county internships as special schools are […]

January 10, 2022

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Tags: ADHD, complex, issues, kids, Talk

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Categories: adhd

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we answer burning questions from parents and educators – always aiming at one topic at a time and helping you to improve communication, self-confidence and calm. Today’s topic: Conversations with children about ADHD and other complex challenges. Elaine:Therefore, parents of children of all ages often ask this question, how […]

January 7, 2022

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Tags: Autism, Genetic, gut, issues, Prenatal, screens, Spectrum, Spotted, tests, web

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Categories: autism

Research summary People with autism are at increased risk of developing gastrointestinal disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis, or Crohn’s disease, according to a review of eight studies. Autism research Various interventions to improve balance have been shown to be helpful in autistic children and adolescents. Perception and motor skills The severity of […]

December 11, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Case, cell, cloud, Ethical, issues, report, Spectrum, stem, Therapy, unproven

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Categories: autism

Cell Service: Parent reports suggest stem cell therapy may have reduced their children’s autism characteristics, but experts remain skeptical. Cavan Images / Getty Images Unknown financial conflicts of interest and a lack of adequate clarification affect a new study that injected four autistic children with stem cells from their own bone marrow, bioethicists say. The […]

December 7, 2021

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Tags: Autism, commission, defines, firstofitskind, issues, profound, recommendations, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

The term “profound autism” should be used to describe autistic people in need of 24/7 lifelong care, announced today a team of autism researchers, clinicians, autistic adults and parents of autistic people. The guidelines are part of a series of proposals for the field to improve medical care and clinical research into the condition of […]

November 11, 2021

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Tags: board, education, Host, issues, School, session, special, staffing

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Categories: Special needs education

The Frederick County Board of Education will host a public working session on Monday to discuss staff shortages across the system and the impact it is having on students and staff. Board member Liz Barrett started the discussion at the beginning of the meeting on Wednesday and originally asked her colleagues to put her on […]