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Administration Puts Public Education Directly in the Crosshairs

Content type: News
Posted:  11 February, 2020
Last Tuesday during the State of the Union Address, America’s public schools took center stage. As part of the central theme for the evening, which was to “improve the status of every American,” the President said that millions of children were trapped in...

Analysis Shows Federal Share of IDEA Costs Will Decline in FY 2020

Content type: News
Posted:  28 January, 2020
Despite the $400 million increase in Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part B grants to states provided by Congress for Fiscal Year 2020, a comparison of the cost of educating students with disabilities shows the federal share of the cost...

How the Supreme Court May Change Your Practice

Content type: Webinar
On January 11, 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, a case that involved a student with autism from Colorado. The question in this case, which has major implications for special education services...

Supreme Court Decision and Implications for Developing IEPs

Content type: Webinar
On March 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District. The case was the second special education case heard before the High Court to address the issue of what constitutes a Free Appropriate Public...

What Principals Need to Know about IEPs

Content type: Webinar
The individualized education program (IEP) for students eligible for special education and related services is the foundation for all services. In this program, you’ll analyze the increasingly important role principals play in IEP development, meetings...

What Principals Need to Know to Avoid Special Education Litigation

Content type: Webinar
Principals often lead IEP or multidisciplinary team meetings and meet with parents about students’ progress on goals and objectives-yet most principals do not have training in the basic provisions of special education law or Section 504 of the...

Collaborating with Colleagues and Co-Teaching Like a Pro

Content type: Webinar
Understand the special educator's role in an effective co-teaching relationship and review successful co-teaching models for in-person and/or virtual environments. Topics covered in this recorded workshop: Establishing and maintaining relationships with...

OSEP seeks feedback by September 30, 2022

Content type: News
Posted:  9 September, 2022
The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) seeks input about how to improve its determination process for how well states meet their IDEA requirements. To accomplish this, OSEP has used a results driven accountability system (RDA) that is based on...

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