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For parents of children struggling with mental illnesses or learning disabilities, the return to school can be cause for panic. Parents of children with special needs frequently find that standard classrooms aren't equipped to meet...

source: Psychology Today

A group of eighth-grade teachers sat down to review a student's data in preparation for an upcoming meeting. The student was reading at approximately a third-grade level. She struggled with determining the sounds and meaning...

source: Chalkbeat New York

"I know you're smarter than this." "Why aren't you trying?" "You just have to do this." This criticism stems from teachers and parents who pull their kids aside in the midst of another homework session. Frustration ensues between the child and the adult. The problem may...

source: The Baxter Bulletin

For many, the word dyslexia represents painful struggles with reading and speech that impact their self-confidence — 20 percent of school-aged children and over 40 million adults in the U.S. are dyslexic. Dyslexics are often...

source: KQED

Student achievement, teacher quality, school safety, 21st century teaching and learning — these are but a glimpse into the areas of need each administrator must consider when making school spending decisions. Add to each of...

source: District Administration Magazine

The idea that students need to develop a deeper understanding of content and the ability to apply what they learn in one area to another area are major premises of new learning standards, such as the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. A new...

source: THE Journal

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