School districts had asked for temporary waivers from special education law to avoid lawsuits from parents.
The California Department of Education has provided guidance for districts, schools, teachers and parents of students in special education.
Teachers can share ideas and resources for serving special education students online.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos may recommend special education changes to Congress.
Tips, advice, and encouragement were offered at the state's first webinar on special education during school closures.
Some have already launched online learning, while others are still in the planning phase.
Some districts had cut back on services for disabled students out of fear of lawsuits over equity.
Senate bill could open the door for districts to waive federal special education law.
The loss of specialized services and daily routine poses challenges for California’s 800,000 students in special education.
Better training for teachers and improved screening of children are among the report’s recommendations.
The number of new special education teachers working without a full credential hit 5,196 in 2017-18 — the highest number in a decade.
A recession is still a ways off, says the Legislative Analyst's Office; mandated costs will eat into an estimated $3.4 billion increase.
A new Legislative Analyst’s Office report is intended to provide a “high level review” for the Legislature as it considers overdue reforms.
The new law requires doctors to screen children enrolled in Medi-Cal for developmental delays three times before they turn 3.
This week: We dissect Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first education budget to see which campaign promises he kept and which new directions he’s taking.