New Data Report: How Special Education Teachers Spend Their Work Day
It's not breaking news that the administrative side of working in special education can be overwhelming. Thanks to recent research, we can now quantify the approximate value of “overwhelming” – it amounts to several hours of each teacher’s time lost to paperwork — every week. That adds up fast.
Supreme Court Ruling on Special Education: What’s Next for Schools?
The question of whether or not our country needs a new standard for supporting special education students has now been answered by a unanimous and affirmative decision from the U.S. Supreme Court. In a 0-8 decision, the Supreme Court sided in favor of expanding the rights for children with disabilities. But immediately following the court's ruling last month, a series of new questions — both from inside and outside of the education community — started to pop up in the news and on social media.Continue Reading
Special Education and the Teacher Shortage
An online search for “teacher shortage” will quickly return 435,000 results. Each day yields more headlines about school districts who struggle to hire enough teachers — more than half of school districts we surveyed in 2016 said they were experiencing a shortage.
eSped eSTAR: Frequently Asked Questions
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To All Working in Special Education: Thank You
Across our nation, unsung heroes of our children patiently educate, care for and respect thousands of students with special needs. These Special Educators are far more than meets the eye. They educate children with the highest needs, often putting in hours far beyond the regular school day to plan and execute lessons with modifications to meet individual student needs and abilities.Continue Reading
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[How-To Guide] Addressing Student Conduct With Behavior Contracts
Every teacher has dealt with students who are more challenging than others: acting out in class, refusing to raise their hand or being disruptive. For a student who doesn’t respond to typical classroom management strategies, a behavior contract might be an appropriate step to take.Continue Reading
Centris and Frontline Education: Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about the Centris Group becoming a part of Frontline Education? You've come to the right place! Here are a few of the most frequent questions we hear from school districts who are wondering what the move means for them. Don't see your question here? Don't hesitate to contact us!Continue Reading