Beginning in January of this year, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) began publishing a list of all schools under investigation for disability discrimination. As reported in an article in Disability Scoop, “The searchable listing includes cases alleging discrimination based… Read the rest
Following a review of 12 studies involving more than 1,700 participants, researchers have concluded that premature babies and those that born at low birthweight are more likely to develop ADHD than full-term, healthy-sized newborns.
Why this is the case is… Read the rest
If you feel as if nothing you do helps your child with ADHD manage his emotions and behaviors, take a deep breath and count to 10. A new study confirms what most of us know—but many forget in the heat… Read the rest
Those concerned about the ever-increasing use of electronic devices, particularly among young children, may find the latest research from Common Sense Media troubling.
In a large national study of children ages 0 to 8 years, the results showed that 42%… Read the rest
The evidence is mounting that later high school starts result in benefits for students. A study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that students who were allowed to sleep in performed better on several measures including… Read the rest