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Summarizes the issues that have arisen for special ed teachers under No Child Left Behind including high-stakes assessment and meeting adequate yearly progress.
Teachers can help ELL students achieve academic success by integrating language instruction across academic areas and using English in intentional ways.
This article examines the various financial sources minority students use to meet the costs of a higher education, some of which were created with the specific
This article focuses on classic autism, PDD-NOS and Asperger syndrome, with brief descriptions of Rett syndrome and childhood disintegrative disorder.
Learn about a community program that teaches urban teens to appreciate nature and foster their environmental awareness, scholarship, and stewardship.
Lots of ideas for nature activities for middle school girls. Includes games and bonding activities for moms and tween daughters.
Here's an overview of the likely future of No Child Left Behind under the Obama administration.
Provides an example of an IEP for a second grade child with a specific learning disability.  Includes assessment information, goals and modifications.
Many children of Asian immigrants become an important bridge between their families and U.S. culture and institutions. How language brokering affects kids.
This article discusses how parents, educators, and the community can help rural youth succeed in school.
Field guides let you know the favorite foods of the animals or the flowering times of plants. Pre-readers can use illustrated field guides to identify common
Learn more about steps and individual intervention for coping with cliques and bullies in middle and high school.
Is it possible to homeschool a child with special challenges? Might that child even flourish? This article will answer all these questions.
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