Students With Disabilities Deserve Inclusion. It’s Also the Best Way to Teach in This Week’s AcceliBEAT
May 10, 2019
Happy Friday! Our featured article this week focuses on the nuts and bolts of inclusive education for students with disabilities as it involves more than just putting students into gen-ed classrooms. In ed policy news, the Education Department is appealing a judge’s ruling on how school districts spend federal special education money. In other news, in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, teachers share why they teach; a special education teacher at a charter school in Indianapolis uses his former struggles and experiences to help kids in similar situations; and a fourth grader’s video raises awareness of autism. All this and more in this week’s AcceliBEAT!
Students with disabilities face substantially increased rates of abuse and restraint in schools.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked educators to answer this question: “I teach because…”
The U.S. Department of Education will appeal a judge’s ruling that could affect how school districts across the country spend millions of dollars in federal special education money.
We are pleased to announce that Charleston County School District (CCSD) is implementing its Medicaid documentation and claiming systems.
His own struggles in school — learning in different ways, dealing with anxiety, and managing attention deficit disorder — inspired him to help students who face challenges themselves at school.
A fourth grader made a video on Youtube in an attempt to help educate others about autism.
New research suggests that medications targeting a hormone may lead to improved socialization and behavior in those with autism.
Melissa Cantwell is always evolving as an educator, coming up with new ways to help her students thrive.
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