Vivian Mitchell decided it was time to speak out. Her son Quiadier Mitchell, diagnosed with ADHD, has been receiving special
The Notebook interviewed Maura McInerney, senior staff attorney for the Education Law Center, in November about what parents need to know regarding
The School District of Philadelphia is facing a lawsuit alleging that thousands of children are denied special education services due
Nearly 270,000 children with disabilities, one out of every 6.5 students, receive special education services in Pennsylvania’s public schools. Schools
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The Philadelphia School District is vowing to take a hard line on two issues that have caused confusion when charter
In 2009, three researchers – Wall, Wheaton and Zuver – reviewed all U.S. studies done on bullying and developmental disabilities.
The School District of Philadelphia has proposed closing 37 schools in June and relocating seven others. The announcement has sparked