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The world of special education seems to come with its own unique language.  Practical parenting tips on how to navigate the maze of special needs education.
Do you know how advocate for your autistic child at an IEP? Learn the rights and processes that IDEA has put in place for education for special needs kids.
Learn what IQ testing is all about and if your child should take one.
Learn how Response to Intervention (RTI) can make a difference for special needs kids. This article examines the pros and cons of Response to Intervention.
If you have a child with a learning disability, you could use a few tips from the experts: teachers! Use these special education teacher tips at home.
We've got tips from the experts on what to look for in order to make sure your child with special needs is supported in the classroom.
If your child's teacher has suggested special education, then get set for a whole slew of acronyms, from FAPE to IEP. Wondering what it all means?
It's hard dealing with 'difficult' children, but advocating for them might be even harder. Read our advice to find out the best way to go about it.
It isn't anything specific, just a hunch that something is wrong.  Does your child have a learning disability?  Here's what parents can do.
Public schools educate large numbers of children with limited financial resources.  This is how parents can make sure their child gets the help he needs.
Are they gifted or learning disabled? Maybe the answer is both.
Could your child have dyscalculia?  Expert parenting advice on how to find out if your child suffers from this disorder.
If you care for a child who is disabled, it's likely you worry about your child's financial future. Here's how to ensure that your child's needs will be met:
Special needs advocates weigh in on the growing trend of including kids with disabilities in the regular classroom.
Here are five ways learn about the Response-to-Intervention process.
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
How do you ensure that your child's Independent Education Plan reflects her changing needs and abilities?
Find expert information on early intervention and services for children with Asperger's Syndrome.
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