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By ClassLink
ClassLink held a successful 3-day collaborative Summer Institute for school leaders and teachers to enrich their knowledge and use of ClassMate; a student information system for Career and Technology Education (CTE), Adult Education, Alternative...

By Smarty Ears
Smarty Ears has released a new version of two apps: WhQuestions & Fun & Functional that will help children with language difficulties reach their potential in their native languages.

By Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC
BDS has hired additional Technicians to provide services to their clients.

By Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC
Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC (BDS) is announcing the availability of 4 new packages to make purchasing services easier

By Grace-Everett Press
Boy Without Instructions: Surviving the Learning Curve of Raising a Child with ADHD, by Penny Williams

By St. Elizabeth Seton Children's Foundation
The John A. Coleman School, with campuses in White Plains and Yonkers, was just selected as a 2014-2015 National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence.

By Emerald Group Publishing
Global academic publisher, Emerald Group Publishing is pleased to welcome Dr. Festus E. Obiakor of Valdosta State University and Dr. Jeffrey P. Bakken of Bradley University, as the new editors of the Advances in Special Education (ASE) book series.

By Learning Upgrade
Administrators nationwide stop the summer slide through song, video and games

By Humanus Corporation
Services, job opportunities shared with special education professionals in Philadelphia

By St. Elizabeth Seton Children's Foundation
This month marks an incredible milestone for Daniela Janniello, M.S., who will celebrate her 20th year of teaching at the John A. Coleman School on March 14, 2014.

By Goalbook
Solution is lauded by Superintendents for providing instructional support to SPED and ELL teachers

By SpecialNeedsWare, Boston Children's Hospital
Special education tech start-up SpecialNeedsWare partners with Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital on a language curriculum for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

By Aldebaran Robotics
International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), announces that the ASK NAO solution has been awarded the Blue Ribbon for its innovative approach to engaging students with autism.

By Logic Integration
New integrated audio and video technology enhances daily life for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities

By PR with Panache!
Solution integrates technology, professional development, and research to help teachers personalize instruction

By Coping to Excelling
San Antonio, Texas: Theatrical showing of the locally-produced documentary Coping to Excelling educates on High -Functioning Autism & Aspergers syndrome. Produced and written by Jennifer Allen. Special opening recorded message by Dr. Temple Grandin!

By Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society
Vancouver, B.C. Canada – 75% of children with autism experiencing bullying, exclusion and loneliness in the school environment.

By Humanus Corporation
Company launches HumanusCare, releases videos to demonstrate speech/language pathology and occupational therapy services

By Debra Gallo and Associates, Inc.
Brings Years of Learning Differences Education Experience to his New Role

By Collaborative Advocacy Associates
CT Public School Administrator for Special Education will now work directly on behalf of families with children who have special learning needs, such as autism, learning disabilities, many others, to ensure the public schools are meeting their needs

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By ClassLink
ClassLink held a successful 3-day collaborative Summer Institute for school leaders and teachers to enrich their knowledge and use of ClassMate; a student information system for Career and Technology Education (CTE), Adult Education, Alternative...

By Smarty Ears
Smarty Ears has released a new version of two apps: WhQuestions & Fun & Functional that will help children with language difficulties reach their potential in their native languages.

By SpecialNeedsWare
SpecialNeedsWare welcomes Michael Soria to our dynamic team to provide powerful learning tools to special needs students

By Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC
BDS has hired additional Technicians to provide services to their clients.

By Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC
Breakthrough Developmental Services, LLC (BDS) is announcing the availability of 4 new packages to make purchasing services easier

By Grace-Everett Press
Boy Without Instructions: Surviving the Learning Curve of Raising a Child with ADHD, by Penny Williams

By St. Elizabeth Seton Children's Foundation
The John A. Coleman School, with campuses in White Plains and Yonkers, was just selected as a 2014-2015 National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence.

By Emerald Group Publishing
Global academic publisher, Emerald Group Publishing is pleased to welcome Dr. Festus E. Obiakor of Valdosta State University and Dr. Jeffrey P. Bakken of Bradley University, as the new editors of the Advances in Special Education (ASE) book series.

By Learning Upgrade
Administrators nationwide stop the summer slide through song, video and games

By Humanus Corporation
Services, job opportunities shared with special education professionals in Philadelphia

By St. Elizabeth Seton Children's Foundation
This month marks an incredible milestone for Daniela Janniello, M.S., who will celebrate her 20th year of teaching at the John A. Coleman School on March 14, 2014.

By Goalbook
Solution is lauded by Superintendents for providing instructional support to SPED and ELL teachers

By SpecialNeedsWare, Boston Children's Hospital
Special education tech start-up SpecialNeedsWare partners with Harvard's Boston Children's Hospital on a language curriculum for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

By Pride Learning Center
PRIDE Learning Center, a leading tutoring company in Los Angeles and Orange County, California announces its NPA Certification approval from the State Department of Education.

By Aldebaran Robotics
International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), announces that the ASK NAO solution has been awarded the Blue Ribbon for its innovative approach to engaging students with autism.

By Special Shades of Color
Real-life stories provide online support for parents raising special needs children.

By Goalbook
Solution aids nationwide effort to meet the growing academic needs of ELL students

By Logic Integration
New integrated audio and video technology enhances daily life for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities

By PR with Panache!
Solution integrates technology, professional development, and research to help teachers personalize instruction

By Humanus Corporation
Humanus works with Phoenix schools under agreement with GPPCS

By I Am, Too!
A vibrantly illustrated picture book, "I Am, Too!" is the story of six friends, three who have disabilities and three who do not, and the fun they have sharing their favorite activities with each other!

By AbleNet, Inc.
AbleNet’s QuickTalker S is a simple, yet, powerful sequential messaging communicator that comes in a sleek, modern design.

By Coping to Excelling
San Antonio, Texas: Theatrical showing of the locally-produced documentary Coping to Excelling educates on High -Functioning Autism & Aspergers syndrome. Produced and written by Jennifer Allen. Special opening recorded message by Dr. Temple Grandin!

By Humanus Corporation
HumanusCare telepractice service bridges common service gaps, gives students easy access to academic and therapy services

By PR with Panache!
The Rose Academies build on academic success with blended learning by choosing OdysseyWare as its online curriculum provider

By Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society
Vancouver, B.C. Canada – 75% of children with autism experiencing bullying, exclusion and loneliness in the school environment.

By Humanus Corporation
Company launches HumanusCare, releases videos to demonstrate speech/language pathology and occupational therapy services

By Debra Gallo and Associates, Inc.
Brings Years of Learning Differences Education Experience to his New Role

By Collaborative Advocacy Associates
CT Public School Administrator for Special Education will now work directly on behalf of families with children who have special learning needs, such as autism, learning disabilities, many others, to ensure the public schools are meeting their needs

By Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pa. – The Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia has obtained the agreement of the Chester Upland School District to provide more than 20,000 hours of compensatory education to special education students over the next two years. ...

By Humanus Corporation
Christina Savard joins Humanus Corporation, nationally provides academic and therapy services

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The hot weather didn't deter more than 100 supporters, staff, and students of the Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy as the school officially opened its doors for the first time on July 10.

By Celebrity Press Publishing
Special Education teacher and motivator, Jasper B. Armstrong III, will team with CelebrityPress, a leading book publishing company, and several leading business professionals from around the world to release the book, “Change Agents.”

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy will move to a new location inside the future Goodwill Opportunity Center in Fort Myers. The L.I.F.E. Academy is a Lee County charter school for students with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

By Learning House
Nationwide, the number of students with disabilities is increasing. In the face of budget cuts and special education teacher shortages, these vulnerable children run the risk of being left behind.

By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The Goodwill L.I.F.E. Academy, a Lee County charter school for students with developmental disabilities and other special needs, celebrated the five graduates of the Class of 2013 at its commencement ceremony.

By Capita Conferences
Special Educational Needs Monday 30th September 2013, Central London Chaired by Lorraine Peterson OBE, Chief Executive Officer, nasen About the event: This conference comes as the Government implements the most radical changes to Special Educational...

By Student Rights Attorneys
Student Rights Attorneys is a firm that has been dedicated to providing legal assistance for disabled students and their families who need special education programs since 1999.

By AbleNet, Inc.
AbleNet’s powerful Action Dictionary eBook provides guidance on how to effectively use assistive technology in the classroom to include students with disabilities into lessons being taught to meet Common Core State Standards.

By UBIFRANCE
ALDEBARAN ROBOTICS, the creator of the NAO humanoid robot, has launched the ASK NAO Initiative, where ASK stands for Autism Solution for Kids.

By Texthelp Inc.
Texthelp Inc., provider of award-winning literacy software solutions, today announced the release of iReadWrite (http://www.texthelp.com/north-america/ireadwrite/) for the iPad.

By Blind Children's Learning Center
Center honors special education teacher for her 25 Years of volunteer service helping children with visual impairments.

By AbleNet, Inc.
Students using AbleNet’s Equals Mathematics Program, developed for students in special education, showed significant gains in math skills in just one year.

By WebTeam Corporation
The recently launched web version of iLearnNEarn can accommodate more autistic students at virtually no cost, giving teachers and therapists a powerful, all-in-one special education tool, say WebTeam Corporation and Rangam Consultants, Inc.

By AbleNet, Inc.
AbleNet’s Action Dictionary, a guide to differentiated instruction for special education teachers is now available on iBookstore.

By Sussan & Greenwald
The law firm of Sussan & Greenwald will present Protecting the “Protections” of Children with Special Needs on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel in Eatontown, NJ.

By www.pridelearningcenter.com
In spite of budget cuts and NCLB, PRIDE Learning Center in Los Angeles, California thrives as Special Education students and parents search outside the school districts for help.

By Sussan & Greenwald
Parents of children with Autism are invited to attend the free seminar, "How to Maintain Services after the Change in the DSM" at the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel in Eatontown, NJ on November 7, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

By Capita Conferences
Capita’s National Special Educational Needs Conference prepares you for the Government’s most radical reform to the SEND system for 30 years. Keynote: Matthew Hopkinson, Assistant Director, Special Educational Needs and Disability, DfE

By Sussan & Greenwald
Free seminar, "Assessing Your Child’s Educational Program: What Parents of Children with Special Needs Should Know About Standardized Testing" willbe held on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sheraton Eatontown in Eatontown, NJ.



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