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This article was originally written by The Washington Education Association Communications and published by NEA on March 27, 2023. Strong advocates for public schools know how to pace themselves. Creating equity and lifting the voices of all students and educators takes time, patience and boundless energy. It’s a marathon, not a sprint, and Rochester High […]

This article was originally written by Elizabeth Greenwell and published by EducationWeek on April 7, 2023.   Elizabeth Greenwell is a teacher at Wye River Upper School in Centreville, Md., and the author of four children’s books. Her writing has been featured in Education Week, the Baltimore Sun, and several local news outlets. “He’s autistic,” […]

This article was originally written by Cindy Long and published by neaToday on April 5, 2023. A new national report calls for educator preparation programs to include parent and family engagement in coursework as a first step toward making it an integral component to education. At a time when the definition of “parental rights” and involvement […]

This article was originally written by Suzanne Robertshaw and published by ADDITUDE inside the ADHD mind on March 21, 2023. “Ultimately, a neurotypical person can never truly understand the neurodivergent experience. But without fail, there is always a tangible shift in the room following these exercises.” As an educator dedicated to supporting students with ADHD […]

Our Theory of Change

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This article was originally written by Sarah Sandelius and published by The Ability Challenge on March 30, 2023.  Over the last few years, we’ve been honing our model, approach, and content to understand best how to support schools and districts in developing authentically inclusive communities and teams that meet the needs of all students.  We […]

Reading is For All

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This article was originally written by Karla Phillips-Krivickas and published by ExcelinEd in Action on December 7, 2022.    “No food or drinks past this point.” My daughter proudly read this sign before almost walking onto the basketball court with her soda. At first glance, this might not seem very impressive for an eighth grader, […]

This article was written and published by Cision PRWeb on April 3, 2023. The Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA), a coalition of over 128 partner organizations led by InnovateEDU, is launching the second year of its New Champions Fund. The New Champions Fund allows EALA to provide an annual unrestricted $35,000 grant and access to a year-long mentorship […]

This article was written by Shaun Griswold & Trip Jennings and published by The 74 on January 20, 2021.  This piece, originally published by New Mexico In Depth, is part of a collaborative pandemic reporting project led by the Institute for Nonprofit News and member newsrooms. (See more rural case studies at The 74) Even by the most optimistic standards, the logistics […]

This article was originally written by Jillian Jorgenson and published by Spectrum News NY 1 on March 27, 2023. An expanded partnership between public schools and the Special Olympics will allow more than more than 1,700 students with disabilities to play sports like volleyball, track and field and basketball during the school day—and will expand […]

This article was originally written by Eileen O’Grady and published by Ink Link on March 20, 2023.  Henniker Special Education Coordinator Lindsay Nye started holding preschool guided play and discussion sessions for parents of babies and toddlers this month after she realized many parents in her district didn’t know whether their children were meeting their […]