A Wisconsin teen with Down syndrome will have a very special prom date this weekend — a bona fide beauty queen.
A unique approach at one Ohio school has typically developing teens entering the world of special education for an eye-opening experience.
A unique school is successfully serving kids with developmental disabilities alongside those who are typically developing by assuming that each child needs their own curriculum to thrive.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a pair of high school girls ensured a night to remember for two classmates with disabilities.
For the first time, federal officials are telling school districts that they must offer students with disabilities equal access to school sports.
While accommodations for students with disabilities are widespread in classrooms, several recent cases suggest that inclusion remains a gray area when it comes to school sports.
Typically parents are proud to see their child earning 90s and 100s at school, but a Georgia father whose son has severe disabilities says the scores are cause for concern.
A teen with Down syndrome whose quest to compete on his high school football team made national news will be honored by Sports Illustrated after securing support from fans across the country.
A 13-year-old with autism will be allowed to attend his neighborhood middle school after waging an online protest against a school district plan to segregate him.
When his school rallied to vote him homecoming king, a Florida high school senior with cerebral palsy responded with a surprise of his own. He took his very first steps in public.
When Chy Johnson, who has a brain disorder, faced a torrent of bullies, she found an unexpected set of heroes in her high school’s football team.
Inclusion is often believed to be the best option for students with disabilities, but a new study calls into question whether or not the practice truly leads to better outcomes long term.
He made national news in his bid to play high school sports and now a teen with Down syndrome is in the running to win $25,000 from Sports Illustrated for his plight.
A 13-year-old with autism has taken to social media to persuade his school district that he ought to attend his local middle school rather than a segregated program for those with disabilities.
Noted autism self-advocate Temple Grandin is taking special educators to task for too often dwelling on the challenges students with disabilities face rather than the strengths they possess.