Articles (133)

This article was published at Hamline University by Anne Kopas on April 15, 2021. Hamline’s new special education program helps fill the urgent need for qualified special education teachers in Minnesota. Hamline now offers initial and additional licensure in special education with specialization options in the areas of academic behavioral strategist or autism spectrum disorder. Hamline’s special […]

This article was published on The Morning Sun by Jordan Meier on April 16, 2021. PITTSBURG, Kan. — It’s usually early in the morning when Salli Chowning, the special education teacher at Northwest Elementary in Arma enters her classroom.   She unlocks the door, turns on the light and takes a deep breath as she prepares for the day.   She […]

This article was published at the University of North Georgia by J.K. Devine on April 14, 2021. Teaching kindergarten through 12th-grade students with disabilities requires patience and skill. Dr. Brooks Peters and Dr. Jennifer Sears share those skills with University of North Georgia (UNG) students in her education courses. Usually, both assistant professors of elementary and special education re-enact […]

This article was published on Farmington Voice by Joni Hubred on April 12, 2021. Amanda Thielen’s son was a first grader at Kenbrook Elementary School when he first experienced a seclusion room. Nicholas, now a 5th grader, has a range of developmental issues. Being isolated in a room with an adult holding the door closed, […]

This article was published on the Hechinger Report by Sarah Butrymowicz on March 25, 2021. Near the end of Delilah McBride’s second month of kindergarten in Taylor, Michigan, her family received jarring news from her principal: Delilah would be allowed to come to school only in the morning. Someone would need to pick her up […]