OSERS Spotlight Items from 2022
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New Guidance Helps Schools Support Students with Disabilities and Avoid Discriminatory Use of Discipline
The U.S. Department of Education announced the release of new guidance from its Office for Civil Rights and Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services to help public elementary and secondary schools fulfill their responsibilities to meet the needs of students with disabilities and avoid the discriminatory use of student discipline.
Three federal agencies hosted a 90-minute webinar to highlight how apprenticeships can strengthen early care and education workforces, May 25, 2022.
The U.S. Department of Education released updated guidance and resources to aid COVID-19 mitigation efforts in schools and address the needs of students with disabilities as the U.S. moves to a new phase of pandemic response.
The 43rd Annual Report to Congress focuses on children and student with disabilities who received services specific to IDEA Part C for infants and toddlers or IDEA Part B for children and youth. Read the 43rd Annual Report to Congress preface or view the full report.