The number of students receiving special education services in the United States has gone up 86 percent since 1977. But the growth has come in fits and starts, and it has slowed noticeably since sharp increases in the mid-1990s.
As we enter the third school year affected by the pandemic—and a return to the classroom for many—we come better prepared, but questions remain. How will the last year impact teaching and learning this school
Across the country, K-12 schools and districts are, again, considering how to ensure effective continuity of learning in the face of emerging COVID variants, politicized debates, and more. Learn from Alexandria City Public Schools superintendent