The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday for a a deaf student who sued his public school system for providing an inadequate education. The case is significant for other disabled students who allege they were failed by school officials.
School canceled for LA students as education workers strike
Classes were canceled for nearly half a million students across Los Angeles on Tuesday after education support staff launched a three-day strike backed by a teachers’ union that refused to cross their picket line.
Texas Education Agency to host first HISD meeting after state takeover
The Texas Education Agency is set to host their first community meeting on Tuesday March after announcing it will take control of the Houston Independent School District. Melissa
WV Gov. Justice signs four education bills into law
Four education bills, including a version of the Third Grade Success Act, were signed into law on Tuesday by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice.
Delivering on individualized education plans — when 22% of students need them: Cleveland’s Promise
Ms. Carla Martin has seen so much growth in children who are on individualized education plans, that some kids eventually reach a point where they no longer need their IEPs. The intervention specialist at Cleveland’s Almira Elementary School also has taught students who’ve remained on IEPs for the long term but have shown consistent development.
Supreme Court rules unanimously in favor of def students who sued school for providing inadequate education
A def school student sued his public school system for providing an inadequate education. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the student.
Special education clash: Supreme Court sides unanimously for student with disability
Miguel Perez was assigned an aide who didn’t know sign language. The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that he didn’t have to wait to sue for damages.
Education Commentary Dominated by Optimism Bias
What follows is a piece that I was commissioned to write for an education publication called The Grade. On submission they declared that the piece was, quote, too hot for publication. As I said to them,
Displaced students deserve access to education — all of them
A century-old refugee education infrastructure may help Ukrainians — but the system has historically excluded non-White and non-Western refugees.
Glenview Education Association, Glenview Professional Association endorsing four candidates for District 34 school board
Four candidates for the Glenview School District 34 board of education are being endorsed by the Glenview Education Association and Glenview Professional Association endorsing four candidates.