Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced that Internship Programs will Run through Mid-Winter and Spring Cycles for juniors and seniors living in Brooklyn, NY. The program provides
an Unique Learning Experience in Public Service and Law.
Local LearningRx Centers Giving Away Free Brain Skills Assessments to Thank the Communities
High School Freshman Awarded Merit Scholarship in Recognition of Outstanding Academic Achievements
Workshops held at San Marino Crowell Library on Aug. 7 and Pasadena Central Library on Aug. 29.
Kari is a young girl of amazing talent and brilliant mind; yet, due to no fault of her own is unable to find a school place.
Those who sign up receive a free, high-quality pencil puzzle for kids every week.
"Helping The Struggling Learner" Conference Offers Over 40 Breakout Sessions For Educators and Parents
Rangam just launched a pair of interconnected mobile applications that make assessment, training, data collection and sharing much easier for teachers, therapists and parents. These platform-based apps promote a collaborative working environment to ensure consistent delivery of life skills development support to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other special needs.
Only elementary school for gifted students in Southern Nevada welcomes its first class in September of 2016.
The 2016 Education and Enrichment Resource Fair for Los Angeles area families will be hosted this Spring by Parents Education League of LA (PEL). PEL is a nonprofit resource for parents regarding schools and education. The event is sponsored by ScholarShare, California's 529 College Savings Plan.
Students from a small private school for advanced studies in northern Virginia work to save African American schoolhouse built in 1892.
ACCOMPANY app is the brainchild of violinist and writer Steven Maloney, a Juilliard graduated music teacher on a mission to share his love for both music and teaching, especially with the victims of war and poverty.
Insufficient bandwidth of services and resources, inadequate staff training and a pervasive lack of awareness have always posed enormous challenges when it comes to ensuring high-quality education and occupational support for individuals with special needs in India. Times, however, are changing now for the better.