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What Does it Take to Scale up and Sustain Evidence-Based Practices?

Content type: Journal Article
This article discusses the strategic scaling up of evidence-based practices. The authors draw from the scholarly work of fellow special education researchers and from the field of learning sciences. The article defines scaling up as the process by which...

The 2% Transition

Content type: Journal Article
New regulations require a transition away from the alternate assessment based on modified achievement standards (AA-MAS). Students who previously participated in this option will be required to take the regular state assessments aligned with college- and...

Who Is the Parent?

Content type: Journal Article
Parental participation is a critical feature of IDEA, however the question of “who” is a parent often presents a challenge. With regard to educational decisions, states may include more options under the definition of a parent than those provided in the...

Cross-National Differences in Special Education Coverage

Content type: Journal Article
This study investigated the role of educational and socioeconomic factors in explaining differences in national special education coverage. Data were derived from several international and governmental sources, targeting the year 2008 and covering 143...

Research on Giftedness and Gifted Education

Content type: Journal Article
Gifted education has a rich history and a solid if uneven research base. As policy makers and educators increasingly turn their attention to advanced students and educational excellence, the time is ripe for a dispassionate analysis of the field’s...

Special Education Research Advances Knowledge in Education

Content type: Journal Article
Research in special education has yielded beneficial outcomes for students with disabilities as well as typical achieving students. The authors provide examples of the valuable knowledge special education research has generated, including the elements of...

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