By Judy Woodruff, Courtney Norris
Roughly 14 percent of students enrolled in U.S. public schools receive special education services. As families across the nation grapple with home learning, what are the particular challenges the parents of these children face? Judy Woodruff reports and talks to…
By Courtney Norris
Supporting children with special needs can introduce additional worries and demands on any family. For military families, that stress is compounded by a lifestyle involving repeated moves and varying levels of services and capabilities within schools. Special correspondent Kavitha Cardoza…
By Kavitha Cardoza, Education Week
Because children with intellectual disabilities are the most vulnerable to abuse at school, Texas is the first state to require cameras in special education classrooms if requested by parents. But the current law has raised concerns about privacy as well…
By PBS NewsHour
Students from Communications Arts High School in San Antonio, Texas, produced this video. For a lot of Americans, amusement parks are the stuff of wonderful childhood memories, like that moment your stomach drops right before the first plunge in a…
By Annie Shim, Student Reporting Labs
Talking Robots Play Part in Therapeutic Treatment for People With Special Needs…
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