Special Education News
Oversight committee wants to look at Pruitt's travel records
A congressional oversight committee wants to take a look at travel records for Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt
House panel seeks info on EPA chief's first-class flights
A Republican-led congressional committee is demanding records related to premium-class flights taken by Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt
Haunting images show classrooms after deadly Florida school shooting
The Army awarded three junior ROTC cadets killed in the massacre medals of heroism.
White House holds 1st press briefing since Florida high school shooting
ABC News' powerhouse political team covers the WH press briefing on "The Briefing Room."
Forget tourism: Pyeongchang's legacy probably debt and anger
Even as South Korea basks in the glow of daily Olympic competition and global attention, hope is fading that Pyeongchang will do what it promised during its successful 2011 Olympics bid and turn an impoverished backwater into a premiere ski destination
After Florida massacre, a look at some past school shootings
Authorities say a former student opened fire at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing 17 people. Fourteen wounded survivors were hospitalized. Here's a look at some recent U.S. school shootings, and some of the deadliest of years past: — Jan. 23, 2018: Two students were killed and 14 wounded by
A look at some deadly US school shootings of years past
Authorities say a former student opened fire at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing "numerous" people. The Broward County sheriff said 14 people were taken to hospitals. Here's a look at some recent U.S. school shootings, and some of the deadliest of years past: — Jan. 23, 2018: Two students
DeVos donates salary to education, special needs charities
Education Secretary DeVos will donate her nearly $200,000 salary to four charities focusing on education and special needs
Gates focuses on schools while examining US poverty issues
The world's foremost philanthropists, Bill and Melinda Gates, say they're focusing on U.S. schools while also learning about American poverty issues.
Gates turns attention toward poverty, growing inequity in US
The world's foremost philanthropists, Bill and Melinda Gates, say they're turning some of their attention to American poverty issues