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Critics of NCLB believe that the law's emphasis on skills, standards and test scores may have a serious downside, especially for gifted children.
Students served by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act are distributed among 13 disability categories. A description of these categories is given.
Find out more about opportunities with the military for individuals with disabilities, including jobs with civilian workforce or jobs as enlisted personnel.
The principles of IDEA 2004, the law that governs children's rights to special education, are discussed in this article. Learn the six main principles of IDEA.
Summarizes the seven steps involved in the formation of an individualized education program, beginning with pre-referral and ending with evaluation and review.
Despite all the flack NCLB is getting, there is a new report out which says at least one group has benefited overall from NCLB: students with disabilities.
An overview of disputes and court cases regarding special education services under the IDEA law.
Comparative grades are inherently unfair to students with special needs. How, then, should we assign grades to special education students?
Technology can offer ways for students with physical disabilities to learn and communicate more effectively. The use of touch screen monitors to help special
Summarizes the key components of the individualized family service plans (IFSP), or the management tool that guides professionals as they deliver young
A brief historical overview on the exclusion of children with disabilities and the necessity of special education laws and legislation.
This article defines special education in terms of: interventions, instruction, features and settings.
A discussion of assessments that may be used in special education.
Examines the advantages and disadvantages of labeling a student who has been  identified as requiring special education services.
A summary of the process of identifying school-age children with special needs and an an introduction to early intervention services.
This chart lists the categories of disability in Federal Special Education Law and give a brief description of each disability.
Provides an example of an IEP for a second grade child with a specific learning disability.  Includes assessment information, goals and modifications.
A brief introduction to autism as well as suggestions for accommodations and modifications that should be used with these students in the classroom.
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