10 Kid-Friendly Volunteer Ideas for FamiliesRead More
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Make Spring Cleaning Fun and Engaging for KidsRead More
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Managing the Ups and Downs of Middle SchoolRead More
Families can use these strategies to better understand the unique mind and emotions of the middle school student to help them stay excited about learning and e…
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UDL in Special EducationRead More
Use the principles of Universal Design for Learning to anchor a strategy for collaboration in special and general education.
Disciplining Students With DisabilitiesRead More
New guidance from the Department of Education underlines schools’ responsibility to avoid discrimination.
Words of InclusionRead More
A glossary of special education vocabulary.
New Year, Same Focus: Unfinished LearningRead More
Students with disabilities suffered during the pandemic.
Closing Gaps for Students With DisabilitiesRead More
Use relief funding to provide direct and indirect supports.
First BellPrincipal, September/October 2021: Back to the Future, Volume 101, Issue 1Read More
Parents’ plans to vaccinate kids, learning loss in special education, and distance learning’s impact on Black parents.
Addressing Failure-to-Implement ClaimsPrincipal, September/October 2021: Back to the Future, Volume 100, Issue 1Read More
The pandemic will likely exacerbate legal challenges related to IEPs in special education.
5 Tips For Gender InclusionCommunicator, June 2021, Volume 44, Issue 10Read More
Learn how schools can be a place to advocate for and model inclusion for disabled LGBTQ persons so they might feel safe and whole. Plus, access key resources a…
Breaking Barriers with the First No-Transfer Inclusive SwingCommunicator, May 2021, Volume 44, Issue 9Read More
Designed for true inclusion, the We-Go-Swing is the first no-transfer inclusive swing that can be integrated directly into the playground setting.
Helping Children Understand AutismRead More
Tips on how parents can educate their children about autism to foster acceptance and understanding.
This Is UsPrincipal, May/June 2020: Big Ideas in Education, Volume 99, Issue 5Read More
Inclusiveness and instructional support help students with special needs and others excel.
4 Points about Delivering Special Education InstructionCommunicator, April 2020, Volume 43, Issue 8Read More
This guidance grounded in the law will help you address the needs of students with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic.