special education


Pennsylvania is increasingly underfunding special education, report finds

The state of Pennsylvania has paid a decreasing share over the last decade of what it costs to educate students in special education, putting a heavier burden on local districts to make up the difference, according to a new report. In the new analysis by the Education Law Center and the advocacy coalition PA Schools […]

By John Russo | Blog . news

Self Certify in Special Ed

Special Ed Self-Certification If you have Professional Certification, you can self-certify in Special Ed. Here’s how. Individual Pathways are a means to NYS Public School Special Ed extension that allows teachers to take courses that meet requirements (foundations, methods, etc…), piece them together, and receive the extension. CITE courses are a great way to pursue […]


JFK and Education

JFK and Education “Liberty without learning is always in peril; learning without liberty is always in vain.” This week, we remember President John F. Kennedy’s contributions to the country. In terms of JFK and Education policy, the President focused on: federal aid to schools, desegregation, special education, and urban renewal.   Teachers can access lesson […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy


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