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Type: Blog Article

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  • AcceliBEAT Weekly Round Up 9/5-9/9: UN Panel Calls for Inclusive Education

    This week, inclusive education took the international stage as the UN named it as a basic right for students with disabilities across the world. But a new study raises concerns about the potential downside of inclusion, particularly upon students without disabilities. Meanwhile, with the new... The post AcceliBEAT Weekly Round Up 9/5-9/9: UN Panel Calls for Inclusive Education appeared first on Ac...

  • Studies Flag Potential Downside to Inclusion

    By Carmen Constantinescu & Christina A. Samuels Source: edweek.org One of the foundations of federal special education law is that students with disabilities should be educated “to the maximum extent appropriate” with their peers who do not have disabilities. But some researchers have recently found... The post Studies Flag Potential Downside to Inclusion appeared first on Accelify.

  • A new program will give 100 New York City schools extra mental health training

    By Alex Zimmerman Source: chalkbeat.org The conversation about infusing New York City schools with mental health services often centers around “community school” programs that pour extra funding into low-performing schools and provide social workers or health clinics. But what about schools that aren’t in those... The post A new program will give 100 New York City schools extra mental health train...

  • UN Panel Calls For Inclusive Education

    By Shaun Heasley Source: disabilityscoop.com Being educated in an inclusive environment is a basic right for students with disabilities, according to a new set of guidelines from the United Nations. Governments must work together with people who have disabilities and other stakeholders to ensure that... The post UN Panel Calls For Inclusive Education appeared first on Accelify.

  • Our Opinion: Teacher shortage hits special education particularly hard

    By The Editorial Board Source: centralmaine.com Maine is one of 49 states with a problem, and it will take a culture change to solve it. Maine, along with every other state not named Pennsylvania, reports an ongoing and growing shortage of special education teachers. In... The post Our Opinion: Teacher shortage hits special education particularly hard appeared first on Accelify.

  • The Long-Term Consequences of Missing School

    By Mikhail Zinshteyn Source: theatlantic.com Six million children are chronically absent, half of whom are enrolled at just 4 percent of the nation’s school districts. The precocious teen who’s too cool for school—earning high marks despite skipping class—is a pop-culture standard, the idealized version of... The post The Long-Term Consequences of Missing School appeared first on Accelify.

  • American schools have a chronic absentee problem

    By Joe Heim Source washingtonpost.com If showing up is half the battle, a lot of American schoolchildren are in trouble. A new analysis of data collected by the Education Department’s Office of Civil Rights from the 2013-14 school year shows that more than 6.5 million... The post American schools have a chronic absentee problem appeared first on Accelify.

  • School Nurses Can Be Mental Health ‘Detectives’ But They Need Help

    By Kavitha Cardoza Source: npr.org Patricia Tolson has some visitors. Two 5-year-old girls, best friends, hold hands in her office at Van Ness Elementary School in Washington, D.C., one complaining she doesn’t feel well. Tolson, the school nurse, asks, “How long has your stomach been... The post School Nurses Can Be Mental Health ‘Detectives’ But They Need Help appeared first on Accelify.

  • Charter Schools Aren’t Good for Blacks, Civil Rights Groups Say

    By Arianna Prothero Source: edweek.org African-American students make up a major share of enrollment in the nation’s charter schools—and in some cities, they dominate. But since two black civil rights organizations born from different generations called for a halt to opening new charters, debate has... The post Charter Schools Aren’t Good for Blacks, Civil Rights Groups Say appeared first on Accel...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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