Through improved supports and services, the Obama administration is looking to boost the long-term prospects of kids with disabilities who receive Supplemental Security Income.
A car dealer is apologizing after airing an advertisement featuring a derogatory reference to special education that angered many parents of kids with disabilities.
Federal education officials are looking to reshape the way they evaluate each state’s compliance with special education law to put a heavier focus on student performance.
In an effort to identify better strategies to help young people with disabilities transition from school to work, a handful of federal agencies are seeking public input.
Lawmakers are renewing their push to enact first-ever federal legislation regulating the use of restraint and seclusion in the nation’s schools.
A Wisconsin teen with Down syndrome will have a very special prom date this weekend — a bona fide beauty queen.
Disability advocates are crying foul after some school districts sought flexibility under federal education rules, a move they say could prove harmful to students with disabilities.
Facing mistreatment in his special education classroom, a 7-year-old boy who is nonverbal turned to stick-figure drawings to alert his parents.
A special educator could be named the nation’s “top teacher” on television’s “LIVE with Kelly and Michael.”
A small change tucked inside a government spending bill this month may have big implications for special education.
A handful of universities retained the top slots in an annual ranking of the nation’s best training programs for special educators.
A unique approach at one Ohio school has typically developing teens entering the world of special education for an eye-opening experience.