Oct 02, 2012 -- 2:42 pmBy SHAUN HEASLEY
October 2, 2012
Nearly two dozen states will benefit from millions in new federal funding to improve training for those working with special education students in the nation’s schools.
The U.S. Department of Education says it is sending more than $24 million to 22 states. The funding is intended to help recruit and retain highly-qualified special educators, support teachers in blending the needs of those with disabilities and the new common core standards and train educators to utilize positive behavioral interventions and supports, among other initiatives. To read the entire article please click:
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