Reforms to No Child Left Behind are a must, but not at the expense of the achievement and true learning potential of students with disabilities.
A new federal study criticizes the Justice Department for failing to enforce laws that provide disabled students with special accommodations for taking the SAT, bar exam and other high-stakes tests.
Legislation to help parents with disabled children access the same financial tools that children without a disability have.
Autism therapies are denied by many insurance companies in New York, but a measure expected to be signed into law would mandate that they provide coverage.
The bill, which became law June 30, allows up to $6,000 a year in tax credits to help pay for private education and therapy for children with special needs.