This special report, another installment in Education Week's series on virtual education, examines the growing e-learning opportunities for students with disabilities, English-language learners, gifted and talented students, and those at risk of failing in school. It shows the barriers that exist for greater participation among special populations, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of this approach. It also looks at the funding tactics schools are using to build virtual education programs for special populations and the evolving professional-development needs for these efforts.
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Sept. 20, 2011, 2 p.m. EDT
Reaching Students With Special Needs Through E-Learning
Learn more about new e-learning strategies for students with special needs, the latest assistive technologies, and how online education can provide special populations of students with the personalized learning they’re looking for.
- Program Director/Senior Attorney (Opportunity to Learn Program)
- Advancement Project, Washington D.C.
- Banneker Blake Academy for Arts and Sciences, Nationwide
- Elementary School Principal
- Baltimore Curriculum Project, Baltimore, Maryland
- ACS International Schools, Doha (QA)
- President - President Southern Association of Independent Schools
- SAIS, Norcross, Georgia