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Schools opening their doors this fall are bringing back students with disabilities in the first wave of in-person learning
In this special podcast, hear Rosenthal’s remarks this week at EWA’s awards ceremony, followed by his conversation on EWA Radio last fall, soon after the series was first published
A new investigation by the Houston Chronicle finds that the Lone Star State took unusual steps to severely cut its special education programs — keeping hundreds of thousands of potentially qualified students from receiving services
Today’s assignment: Reporting on the nation’s largest school district, with 1.1 million students and an operating budget of $25 billion
For students with disabilities, it can be a rocky transition from a supportive school environment to the “real world” of college and career
A worrisome dimension of charter schooling is the oftentimes disproportionately low share of students with disabilities served by this sector of public education