Tag Archives: Special Education

Biden Pick for Secretary of Education Conducts Roundtable with Disability Community

[Source: CEC] Special This week, Dr. Miguel Cardona, President-elect Joe Biden’s nominee for Secretary of Education, conducted a virtual roundtable with members of the disability right community to learn about priorities for students with disabilities. During the discussion, participants raised … Continue reading

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Virtual Learning Comes With Added Curve For Special Ed Students

[Source: Disability Scoop] Lisa Juliar was resolved when distance learning began last spring: She’d do whatever she could to offer her son the kind of one-on-one assistance he’d been getting at school. But even with her help, Cooper, a senior … Continue reading

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SpEd Corner: Embracing Distance Learning In Special Education

[Source; Think Psych] There are many hardships that every individual is experiencing as a result of the pandemic. However, many people are thankful for the extra time to spend with family and to complete tasks around the house. This optimism … Continue reading

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Hot, New Job! Teacher of Hearing Impaired – Marlin, PA

Call Today at 866-733-4278, text us at 662-524-9099, or   Click HERE to Apply PediaStaff is hiring a Teacher of the Hearing Impaired for a leave coverage in a DHH program.  You’ll start in March, the assignment runs through the end … Continue reading

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Families Say Mask Policy Discriminates Against Students In Special Ed

[Source:  San Diego Union Tribune] Erin Coller’s 5-year-old son, who has an intellectual disability and autism, is not allowed to go to school because he can’t wear a mask. Cadman has sensory defensiveness, which means he is hypersensitive and overreacts … Continue reading

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