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A new approach to teaching students with special needs is taking shape as students around the country return to some form of schooling.
Medicare Part B, which generally covers approved vaccines deemed necessary, does not extend that coverage to those approved under emergency-use authorization, which is expected for an early Covid-19 vaccine.
VA’s new website landing page makes it easier for Veterans and family members to access VA benefits and services information.
For special needs students, trying to return to the classroom, or just staying at home, presents a new set of challenges.
Workers with disabilities can be paid less than minimum wage. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights says that has trapped workers in "exploitative and discriminatory" job programs.
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