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Christy Chambers is president of CASE, the Council of Administrators of Special Education. She is also superintendent of the Special Education District of McHenry County, Illinois.

Julie Weatherly is a founder of the Weatherly Law Firm in Atlanta, which works with school districts in the area of special education compliance. She is also the founder of Resolutions in Special Education, a consulting firm that provides school districts with special education training and mediation services.







 

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PISA Math and Science Results "Disappointing"








 

A new type of online filtering is sweeping across American schools, allowing staff members to go to Web sites from which students are blocked.








 

Cameras Document Evidence In Columbine-Style Plan








 

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States Try Out Remodeled NCLB Assessments


With Congress Stymied in its efforts to rewrite the controversial No Child Left Behind law, which turned 6 last month, the U.S. Department of Education is attempting to create more flexibility within the legislation in terms of gauging student performance.


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