Resources include reports, websites, guidance, and programs on select topic.
Encouraging the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve
disagreements about special education and early intervention programs.
The Center on Instruction is one of five national content centers funded by the U.S. Department
of Education to support the 16 Regional Comprehensive Centers as they
helped state education leaders raise student achievement, close
achievement gaps, and improve teaching and learning for all students in
their state. While no longer actively funded, the web site contains extensive resources on K-12 instruction.
A joint effort of the Office of Special Education Programs and the National Association of State Directors of Special Education, IDEA Partnership provides information from over 50 organizations working to improve the outcomes for students with disabilities.
The purpose of the SISEP Center is to help to states, regions and local
school districts implement scientifically based practices to improve
student achievement and other outcomes. SISEP provides content and
toward establishing large-scale, sustainable, high-fidelity
implementation of effective education practices. The shared goal is to
maximize academic and social outcomes of all students, especially those
students with disabilities.