It is a big problem at many schools: bullying. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for special needs students to be the target of bullying. Any student can be profoundly impacted by being exposed to this behavior. However, children with disabilities may respond differently to bullying than other students.
Proposition 58 passed in a landslide on Nov. 8, signaling that the majority of California voters are ready to explore the benefits of bilingual education for English-language learners and other kids in our K-12 schools. The new measure repeals a 1998 law called Prop 227, which required all K-12 students in California to be educated primarily in English regardless of their primary language.
Going to college is a very common goal for students, including those with disabilities. Now, as can be the case in many areas related to education, there can be some special challenges for students with special needs when it comes to this goal. This includes challenges related to: