Special Education News
Mom Fights Back Against Cruel Meme of Terminally Ill Toddler
One Alabama mother has a warning for other parents: Photos of your children posted online may be appropriated by malevolent individuals. According to Jenny Smith of Ranburne, Alabama, a photo of her terminally ill 3-year-old son was turned into a callous Internet meme after someone lifted a photo
Q&A: Can My Employer Fire Me for Legally Using Marijuana?
New laws legalizing recreational marijuana allow employers to continue drug testing and zero-tolerance policies
Prince Harry Meets Rihanna in Barbados
Real-life royalty met music royalty Wednesday when Britain's Prince Harry and Rihanna met at events in Barbados celebrating the nation's 50 years of independence from British rule. Harry, 32, first met Rihanna, a Barbados native, at the Toast the Nation event on Wednesday afternoon. He later joined
Mississippi Teacher Accused of Dragging Student Is Indicted
A former teacher in Mississippi has been indicted on a misdemeanor charge of abusing a vulnerable person
Feds Give States More Time to Bolster Struggling Schools
States will have more time to identify failing schools under new Obama administration rules aimed at supporting troubled public schools and struggling students
Seeking Students, Public Colleges Reduce out-of-State Prices
The University of Southern Mississippi is the latest public university to cut tuition across the board for out-of-state students
'Life, Animated' Documentary Follows Child's Life With Autism: Part 3
Owen Suskind finds love at his school and moved out of his parents' home and into his own apartment.
New DC Schools Chief Pledges to Continue Reform Efforts
An educator new to Washington will take over leadership of the city's public schools, which have become synonymous with hard-charging education reform
Why Eva Longoria Baston Paid for Her Own Quinceañera
Eva Longoria Baston is one of the hardest working actresses in Hollywood -- and she has her mother to thank for it. The 41-year-old star, who has been working since she was a teenager, reveals in the December issue of Redbook that she even paid for her own quinceañera, or 15th birthday celebration.
US Hostage Kayla Mueller's Foundation Finally Receives Obama Donation
President Obama finally mailed a donation by check to the family foundation set up to further the humanitarian goals of slain American hostage Kayla Mueller , after ABC News reported that for more than a year a private presidential promise went unfulfilled. The Obamas' check for the Kayla's Hands