Investigating Issues of Overidentification in Special Education

  Overidentification in a specialized curriculum has two potential implications. To start with, it can imply that there are excessively numerous understudies being distinguished as requiring custom curriculum in a school or region. Assessments of understudies needing specialized curriculum administrations have gone from 3% to 8% of aggregate understudies. Focal office staff normally endeavor to […]

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The Benefits of Riddles for Kids

In a world where social media and networks are becoming increasingly important to subsequent generations, it is more important than ever to teach children in any way possible and to create bonds with them outside of the internet. One great way to achieve all of this that is being greatly neglected by almost everybody is […]

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Online School is For Kids?

Traditionally thought of as a venue for undergraduate and graduate students to pursue a degree-or for established professionals to enrich their careers-online schools are touted for their convenience, accessibility and cost-savings for busy adults. But online school programs for kids are also quickly becoming a staple in K-12 education. As part of its action plan […]

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Special Education and the Importance of Collaboration

Collaboration means working with an individual or a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Its importance is most visible in education. Every day, teachers work together with their peers, school counselors, and other staff for the success of each student. And when it comes to special education, collaboration becomes the single most important […]

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