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Special Education: Adapting to Challenging Realities
Exploring how special education services are adapting to unprecedented challenges and opportunities in education, from teacher shortages to technological advancements.

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  • Issues May 8, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    May 7, 2024
    Issues April 17, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    April 16, 2024
    Students at Ruby Bridges Elementary School in Woodinville, Wash., play during recess on April 2, 2024. Students have access to cards with images and words on them so all students, including those who do not speak, can communicate on the playground.
    Students at Ruby Bridges Elementary School in Woodinville, Wash., play during recess on April 2, 2024. Students have access to cards with images and words on them so all students, including those who do not speak, can communicate on the playground.
    Meron Menghistab for Education Week
    Special Report Relationships Matter: Building Strong Student-School Connections
    More students on track, more students at school, better behavior. See how schools are harnessing the power of student relationships.
    April 14, 2024
    Custom illustration of a young female student in a meditative pose floating above a cell phone. She is surrounded by floating books and wide range of emotions reflected by different emojis. Digital / techie textures applied to the background.
    Taylor Callery for Education Week
    Special Report Technology & Student Wellness: How Tech, SEL, and Mental Health Are Now Linked
    See how schools are trying to put student wellness front and center to help kids navigate a world in which social media and AI are all around them.
    March 25, 2024
    Issues March 20, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    March 19, 2024
    Issues March 13, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    March 13, 2024
    Issues March 6, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    March 8, 2024
    Issues February 21, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    February 20, 2024
    Issues February 7, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    February 6, 2024
    Meet the Leaders Special Report 2024 EdWeek Leaders To Learn From
    These district leaders have shown persistence and creativity as they navigate the challenges facing schools in a rapidly changing world.
    February 5, 2024
    Issues January 31, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    January 30, 2024
    Issues January 17, 2024
    Education Week in print provides a curated collection of news, analysis, and opinions on timely education issues, all in one place.
    January 16, 2024
    First grade students read over a story they crafted together in Megan Gose’s classroom at Moorsbridge Elementary School in Portage, Mich., on Nov. 29, 2023.
    First grade students read over a story they crafted together in Megan Gose’s classroom at Moorsbridge Elementary School in Portage, Mich., on Nov. 29, 2023.
    Emily Elconin for Education Week
    Special Report Reading to Understand: Unlocking the Elements of Comprehension
    Reading comprehension is a complex element of the "science of reading." Learn how schools can foster students’ ability to make sense of texts.
    January 15, 2024
    Educators listen to Rose Chu's presentation at the Edifying, Elevating, and Uplifting Teachers of Color conference in Minneapolis, Minn., on Oct. 20, 2023.
    Educators listen to Rose Chu's presentation at the Edifying, Elevating, and Uplifting Teachers of Color conference in Minneapolis, Minn., on Oct. 20, 2023.
    Andrea Ellen Reed for Education Week
    Special Report Strategies for Building a Diverse Staff
    Delve into the link between diverse staff and students’ academic performance and explore strategies to recruit and retain diverse staff.
    December 4, 2023