Month: January 2013

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Senate Committee Reinforces Rules About District Special Ed. Spending

Senate Committee Reinforces Rules About District Special Ed. Spending By Nirvi Shah on June 15, 2012 5:36 PM When the full U.S. Senate budget committee hashed out its proposal for the 2013 fiscal year on Thursday, the group preserved boosts to special education spending proposed by a Senate subcommittee earlier this week. Read More

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States Struggling Over How to Evaluate Special Ed. Teachers

Since the first day of class this school year, Bev Campbell has been teaching her students how to say their names. Just one has learned how to say his name. Still, the South Florida teacher sees signs of growth in the nine kindergarten to second-grade…

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Introducing a Unique Multimedia Series

Our team is pleased to introduce a BRAND NEW, unique multimedia series to prepare students with different functioning levels with the skills for a successful job search, for keeping a job, and for independent living!

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