Special Education News
Cheerleader in Wheelchair Stuns in Winning Routine
A video of an extraordinary Australian cheerleading squad has captured the eyes and hearts of millions. The team, known as the Oxygen All Stars Lithium, includes cheerleader Debbie Stark, who uses a wheelchair. Stark's teammates seamlessly incorporated her into the routine, which earned them the
Bill Clinton Delivers His Tenth Democratic National Convention Speech
When I was a little boy and my favorite. They told me that everybody's got a stolen. I begin to make your conviction that there's something you could do if you got elected to help people live better lives. Your President Bill Clinton here mr. Bil Clinton to President Clinton. Thank you so much for
Nurse Accused of Stabbing Autistic Boy With Needle 6 Times
The New Jersey attorney general's office says a nurse caught on videotape stabbing an autistic boy with a hypodermic needle to control his behavior has agreed to surrender her license during the investigation
Cory Booker Fires Up DNC Crowd Over Pursuit of Common Good
New Jersey senator says "generations of heroic Americans have made America more inclusive, more expansive and more just."
Eva Longoria: 'America Is Pretty Great Already'
Longoria tells the Democratic National Convention that she is "proud to say 'I'm with her."
ABLE Accounts Help People With Disabilities Save
New ABLE accounts help people with disabilities save without threatening access to benefits
After The Fall
It's Dec. 4, and the Ranger College men's basketball team is visiting Cedar Valley, just outside of Dallas. Midway through the second half, a woman walks into the gym with her young son and daughter, all of them carrying signs. Justice for Troy Causey. Johnathan Turner #44 should be in jail, not on
AP Poll: Support Grows Among Americans for Stricter Gun Laws
A new AP-GfK poll shows that Americans are increasingly in favor of stricter gun laws
Byrd uses relationship with the Diamondbacks to bring awareness to SMA
IT WAS Star Wars night a couple of months ago at Chase Field in Phoenix, and Chris Byrd went a little overboard. He dressed his kids up in elaborate costumes and fashioned their wheelchairs into a sandcrawler and a command shuttle. The wheelchairs took about 20 hours to decorate, and the question
Mom With Child on Autism Spectrum Creates Birthday Venue for Special Needs Children
When a mother with a child on the autism spectrum had a hard time finding a birthday venue to celebrate her child's second birthday, she decided to create her own space for children with special needs. Raquel Noriega said that to celebrate her 2-year-old daughter Ava's birthday, she wanted a venue