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- Special Education Letter to the Editor We Must Recognize the Significance of Occupational Therapy in SchoolsAn occupational therapist urges states to make transition services a priority when addressing the crisis faced by students impacted by COVID.Special Education Webinar Reading, Dyslexia, and Equity: Best Practices for Addressing a Threefold ChallengeLearn about proven strategies for instruction and intervention that support students with dyslexia.Special Education K-12 Essentials Forum How Schools Are Helping Special Education Students Recover From the PandemicJoin us to learn about the pandemic’s impact on students who sometimes receive less attention in conversations about special education.Special Education Unified Sports Level the Playing Field for Students With DisabilitiesInterest is growing in unified sports, where students with and without intellectual disabilities can play and compete together.Special Education Students With Disabilities Urge Smoother Transition to CollegeLegislation would simplify the process for students with disabilities to continue getting accommodations when they head to college.Special Education States Are Desperate for Special Ed. Teachers. But They Can't Cut Corners to Get ThemThe Education Department warns states not to lower standards, even as districts frantically search for skilled special educators.Special Education There's Little Data on the Pandemic's Effect on Students With Disabilities. That's a Big ProblemNew report cites "urgent need" for more and better research to help schools identify where to target resources.Special Report Special Education and the Pandemic: Making Up for Lost Time and Lost OpportunitiesSchools focus on pandemic recovery for the youngest special education students and those on the cusp of leaving K-12.Special Education Getting Specialized Services to Students Who Need Them MostEducators scramble to ensure that students in special education get services they missed during the pandemic.Special Education Young Children Were Massively Overlooked for Special Education. How Will Schools Respond?Forty percent fewer preschoolers received special education services during the pandemic. Schools deal with the fallout.Special Education Older Students Face Time Crunch in Getting Crucial Special Education ServicesMany students with disabilities missed out on key transition services during the pandemic. Advocates are pushing schools to make up for lost time.Special Education Quiz Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Special Education?Answer 7 questions about Special Education.Special Education The Supreme Court Will Decide a Significant Special Education CaseThe justices will decide whether families must exhaust special education proceedings when they seek money damages under other federal laws.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Download to learn strategies for better supporting students through early screening, instruction, and targeted intervention.