24 May Preschool, A State-By-State Update

By: Claudio Sanchez Source: NPR More states than ever are providing publicly funded preschool. That's according to a new report from the researchers at the National Institute for Early Education Research, or NIEER, who have been tracking state preschool policies and programs since 2002. In 2016, the report...

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21 May The Power of Digital-Comic Therapy in Schools

By: Paul Wisenthal Source: The Atlantic Every day, the teenagers Jeremiah Aponte, Jasherah Nalls, and Paula Rodriguez squeeze into a small four-story building housing three schools and close to 1,700 students in the South Bronx neighborhood. Mostly serving generations of families living in one of numerous high-rise public-housing...

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09 May Feds Urged To Improve Transition Services

By: Shaun Heasley Source: Disability Scoop Congress’ investigative arm is calling on federal officials to consider earlier transition planning and to take other steps to meet the needs of youth with autism entering adulthood. In a wide-ranging report released this month, the Government Accountability Office said that federal...

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