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Eye to Eye Featured on Fox 5 NYs Good Day Street Talk

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This news video was posted by Eye to Eye on June 21, 2023. Eye to Eye’s Marcus Soutra and Sammi Sapira join Antwan Lewis on Fox 5 NY’s Good Day Street Talk to discuss issues facing young adults. Start watching at minute 5:50 to hear about how Eye to Eye is partnering with schools to elevate students’ […]

This article was written and published by the Office of Educational Technology. The Arc is the largest and oldest national non-profit that promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). As part of that mission, they are working to ensure technology can unlock opportunities for individuals with IDD and their […]

Pennsylvania’s children with disabilities need fair funding

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This article was written by Nicole Wyglendowski and published by the Philadelphia Inquirer on Jun 6, 2023. Nicole Wyglendowski teaches special education for the School District of Philadelphia Sally, a first grader, has dyslexia, a reading disability. She starts her school day in general education class, and at some point during the day, I come […]

A Day in the Life of a School Designed to Support Students With Dyslexia

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This article was written and photographed by Jaclyn Borowski, and it was published by EdWeek on June 07, 2023. At this independent school for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences, the schedule, the environment, and the curriculum are all designed to set students up for success. There are movement opportunities throughout the day […]

KU professor contributes to study reviewing AI’s potential in special education

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This article was written by Shayndel Jones and published by WIBW on June 8, 2023. LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – A University of Kansas professor contributed to a study reviewing AI’s potential in special education, calling for patience and consideration of its potential uses before the technology is banned. University of Kansas said a group of educators that […]

This article was published on PR Web on June 12th, 2023. NEW YORK (PRWEB) JUNE 12, 2023 Eye to Eye, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the educational experience and outcomes of neurodiverse young people while engaging them and their allies in the movement for a more equitable and inclusive society, is thrilled to announce a […]

‘Deep Breaths’

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This article was photographed and written by Kathleen Greeson and published by EdSurge on May 25, 2023. Mindfulness changed Mason Rollins’ life. When he was a first grader at Rivermont Elementary School, Mason was overwhelmed by his emotions. His principal, Jill Evans, often had to take him outside until his meltdowns subsided. Mason Rollins, right, […]

This article was written by Susan Stonecypher-Hawkins and published by the Arc on May 19, 2023. Washington, DC, May 19, 2023 – From low expectations and a dire shortage of special educators to isolation and informal suspensions, a quality education is not easy to obtain for U.S. students with disabilities. Caregivers of children with disabilities must […]

This article was written by Christina Cipriano and Barbara Pape and published by the 74 million on May 16, 2023. Can you think of a time you found yourself somewhere new and were given a sign that people like you didn’t belong there? Walked into a restroom holding your infant and there was no changing […]

Celebrate empowering students to succeed on Global Accessibility Awareness Day

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This article was written by the Microsoft Education team and published on the Microsoft blog on May 18th, 2023. Accessibility builds confidence and promotes inclusivity We asked educators and parents in CEE how technology has impacted the lives of children with disabilities and learning difficulties. Eleni Kyriakouli, a teacher at the Rodion Pedia school in […]