Tag Archives: Special Ed

Ed Department: More Students Being Served Under IDEA

[Source:  Disability Scoop] The number of American schoolchildren receiving special education services is on the rise and they’re increasingly being served in mainstream classrooms at least part of the day. More than 6.1 million students across the country ages 6 … Continue reading


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Developmental Disability Diagnosis More Likely in Rural Children

[Source;  Medical X-Press] Children living in rural areas are more likely to be diagnosed with a developmental disability compared with those living in urban areas, according to a study published online Feb. 19 in National Health Statistics Reports, a publication from … Continue reading


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Special Ed Corner: Are Schools Doing Enough To Prepare Students For Life After Special Ed?

[Source: Disability Scoop] BRUNSWICK, Maine — Kate Lord didn’t have a plan when she graduated from Brunswick High School in 2014. For two years, she was unemployed. Eventually, her father was able to use his connections at Bowdoin College to … Continue reading


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Hot, New Job! Special Education Teacher – Chicago, IL

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply A Short term LBS1 teaching position has opened in the vicinity of North Chicago near Ravenwood.  We need an LBS1 Special Education teacher that can work with severe and … Continue reading


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New Research Explains Why People with Down Syndrome Have Spatial Memory Problems

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Professor Juan Lerma’s group, from the UMH-CSIC Institute of Neurosciences, in Alicante (Spain), has identified the gene called GRIK1, fundamental in the balance between excitation and inhibition in the brain, as one of the causes for people … Continue reading


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