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    Cutting Down on the Overidentification of Minority Students for Special Education

    The overidentification of students of color for special education has been...

    The overidentification of students of color for special education has been a major topic amongst educators...

    The overidentification of students of color for special education has been a major topic amongst educators and special education experts (Dr

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    Preventing Conflict During the IEP Process: Julie Weatherly, Esq.

    Every quarter, CASE’s In CASE publication shares news with members...

    Every quarter, CASE’s In CASE publication shares news with members about the organization, as...

    Every quarter, CASE’s In CASE publication shares news with members about the organization, as well as important trends and topics in the special education field

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    Schools Have a New Way to Clear Their Assessments Backlog: Live, Online Psychoeducational Assessments

    Assessments keep most school psychologists busy all year, causing periodic...

    Assessments keep most school psychologists busy all year, causing periodic overload and backlog situations

    Assessments keep most school psychologists busy all year, causing periodic overload and backlog situations. Schools do their best to evaluate referred...

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    Expert Answers: Dr. Howie Knoff on Building Academic and S/E/B Progress

    We kicked off our “Blueprints for Success: Making Good Ideas Real” webinar...

    We kicked off our “Blueprints for Success: Making Good Ideas Real” webinar series with Dr

    We kicked off our “Blueprints for Success: Making Good Ideas Real” webinar series with Dr. Howie Knoff. During “Building Academic and S/E/B Progress...

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    Expert Answers: Dr. Ross Greene on What Works (and What Doesn't) for Behaviorally Challenged Students

    Last April, the final webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk...

    Last April, the final webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful spring webinar...

    Last April, the final webinar in our Success for Every Learner: From At-Risk to Successful spring webinar series was led by author and creator of the Collaborative...

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    Improving Staff Morale with Online Speech Therapy? Yes, You Can!

    A recent CASE survey* found special education leaders lose the most sleep...

    A recent CASE survey* found special education leaders lose the most sleep over personnel issues compared...

    A recent CASE survey* found special education leaders lose the most sleep over personnel issues compared to other job stressors. Hiring special education...

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    Provider Spotlight: Jenna Malander

    Jenna Malander lives in rural Nebraska with her husband and three children...

    Jenna Malander lives in rural Nebraska with her husband and three children, ages 7, 6, and 4

    Jenna Malander lives in rural Nebraska with her husband and three children, ages 7, 6, and 4. She’s been working as an Occupational Therapist since 2009

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    Clinician Spotlight: Jenna M.

    Jenna with her son, Jack.We asked Jenna to tell us a little about her...

    Jenna with her son, Jack.We asked Jenna to tell us a little about her experience in her new role at...

    Jenna with her son, Jack.We asked Jenna to tell us a little about her experience in her new role at PresenceLearning. The Clinical Account Manager...

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    Q&A With Dr. Alan Coulter

    Our November webinar “Prepare for Impact: 3 Key Questions About RDA for...

    Our November webinar “Prepare for Impact: 3 Key Questions About RDA for Every SPED Administrator” with Dr

    Our November webinar “Prepare for Impact: 3 Key Questions About RDA for Every SPED Administrator” with Dr. Alan Coulter provoked many questions from...

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    Addressing Behavior Issues With an IEP

    In the Blog Talk Radio show “Your Special Education Rights with Jen and...

    In the Blog Talk Radio show “Your Special Education Rights with Jen and Julie,” special education advocate...

    In the Blog Talk Radio show “Your Special Education Rights with Jen and Julie,” special education advocate and parent Julie Swanson and special education...

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    Provider Spotlight: Angela Coyle

    Angela Coyle, M.S.Ed., was born and raised in Iowa and attended college...

    Angela Coyle, M.S.Ed., was born and raised in Iowa and attended college at Butler University in Indianapolis...

    Angela Coyle, M.S.Ed., was born and raised in Iowa and attended college at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana where she lived for 30 years

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    The Best Professional Development and Special Education Resources in 2014

    1. SPEDexpectations: The Most-Watched Webinars in Company History

    1. SPEDexpectations: The Most-Watched Webinars in Company History. Nearly 6,000 educators...

    1. SPEDexpectations: The Most-Watched Webinars in Company History. Nearly 6,000 educators participated in our fall webinar series presenting...

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