Before 1975, only one in five children with disabilities attended public school. Federal legislation changed that. With more than 6 million children in the world receiving special education services, educators, parents, and providers face many challenges on the road to improving outcomes—and improving lives—for students with disabilities.
RIAND Bangladesh designed to improve outcomes for students with disabilities and their families. We offer training and technical assistance support for implementing evidence-based practices in each districts, as well as in many local school.
Our areas of expertise include
- intensive intervention;
- supporting large-scale improvements for students with disabilities;
- instructional and assistive technology;
- teacher preparation; and
- federal special education fiscal requirements.
We also develop projects that analyze and synthesize information related to policy initiatives in special education and early intervention and conduct cutting-edge research on emerging, high-priority topics related to special education.