A totally free index of Internet resources for the K-12 Community.
Data can be mustered to demonstrate the benefits of homogeneous and heterogeneous grouping in classrooms, in this case learning disabled and gifted students. Folks hold quite strong opinions on this issue. One advantage of telecommunications, especially if a classroom houses a large number of computers, is that a wide range of capability levels can be accommodated for both individual and group work. The key is to challenge each student and foster mutual respect.
For district coordinators of Special Education, the DOE has placed the new provisions of the umbrella legislation, IDEA, online.
Education Findings and recommendations contained in the publications in this section come from analyses of applicable education laws, regulations, policy guidance, and promising practices regarding learning done by… learn more
This site houses the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY) archives, and provides information on disabilities in children and youth, program and service resources, the nation's… learn more
This Disability History Museum hosts a Library of virtual artifacts, Education curricula, and Museum exhibits. These programs are designed to foster research and study about the historical experiences of… learn more
Today’s classrooms are changing rapidly. An increasing number of identified students are educated within the mainstream school system. Laws governing the education of students, including those with disabilities,… learn more
Supporting children who require special education takes patience, understanding and a range of teaching resources tailor-made for each child’s requirements. Here you’ll find classroom materials specifically designed to… learn more