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The trend over the last several decades has been to move away from protecting people with disabilities to empowering them. This shift is evident on many fronts. On April 2, for example, OSERS and the Labor Department offered a preview...

source: SpecialEdConnection®, April 13, 2015 Issue Date

Every child's ability to succeed in school is influenced by lots of external factors: teacher quality, parenting, poverty, geography, to name a few. But far less attention has been paid to the power of a child's bedroom walls. Or, rather, the paint that's on them and the...

source: NPR

It makes sense that children with attention deficit disorder would be more likely to fidget, but could this behavior also be particularly beneficial for them? New findings published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology reveal that swinging their legs around more or...

source: Science World Report

A plan to rewrite the nation's primary education law is set to go before the U.S. Senate and it now includes a provision related to restraint and seclusion in schools. The Senate's Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee unanimously approved a bill to reauthorize...

source: Disability Scoop

Sitting at a desk for hours a day isn't good for your health. That's one reason the the standing desk phenomenon has taken off in the corporate world. Studies show standing throughout the day increases blood circulation, burns calories...

source: K-12 TechDecisions

Elizabeth Stein, a contributor for MiddleWeb, writes: "It's the time of year when our teaching responsibilities are mounted high. We may find ourselves feeling stretched thin by the hectic pace of things we must do and things we should do. If we're lucky we get to do some...

source: MiddleWeb (commentary)


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