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In a unanimous ruling with major implications for special education, the U.S. Supreme Court said that public schools must provide students with disabilities more than a minimal benefit. The decision

Gut Bacteria May Play a Role in Autism Evidence is mounting that intestinal microbes exacerbate or perhaps even cause some of autism’s symptoms By Melinda Wenner Moyer on September 1,

How should we handle boys who can’t read? The way we teach reading to both boys and girls can benefit from following evidence-based learning methods Norwegian University of Science and

Assembly Member Jo Anne Simon and Senator Martin Golden Announce the Enactment of Bipartisan Dyslexia Legislation to Address Common Learning Disability in Students August 22, 2017 Brooklyn, NY – Governor Andrew

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DOWNTOWNEducation Students’ Scores on State Tests Inch Up, But Racial Gap Remains Wide By Amy Zimmer | August 23, 2017 8:23am @the_zim TwitterFacebookEmailMore Nearly 41 percent of third through eighth

The nation’s largest school district is being accused of failing to provide speech therapy, occupational therapy and other legally-mandated services to students with disabilities. A federal lawsuit filed late last

In early April, Eric and Lee Broadway were enjoying coffee and each other’s company on their porch. They had some rare alone time because their four children were out of

Cumulative Midlife Vascular Risk Factors Associated With Increased Brain Amyloid Deborah Brauser   April 13, 2017 Having a progressively higher number of midlife vascular risk factors is significantly associated with later development of   Serum Panel Identifies Infants With Acute Intracranial Hemorrhage By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A panel of three serum biomarkers accurately identifies infants with

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Food Dye and ADHD For more than 30 years, scientists have examined the relationship between food coloring and hyperactive behavior in children, but with mixed results. To date, no conclusive

Harmless’ painkillers associated with increased risk of cardiac arrest Researchers advise avoiding diclofenac and limiting ibuprofen to 1200 mg per day March 15, 2017 European Society of Cardiology Painkillers considered

Researchers have identified one reason why the developmental disorder is more common among boys than among girls While the definition of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has changed over the years,