Temp credentials extended to special ed in nonpublic schools

(Calif.) Nonpublic schools specializing in services for students with disabilities can now authorize temporary certificates to teachers from both in or out of state while their credential applications are processed—an option already available to public schools.

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How IDEA is changing the culture and maybe the world

On a national level, what particular population may have the most influence in elections in years to come? Women? Latinos? African-Americans? The LGBTQ community? How about all the retired flower children? Try people with disabilities.

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