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Open letter to those who think autistic kids should not be allowed to disturb mainstream education settings · Hello Michelle Swan Fun Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, Wordless Picture Books, New Business Ideas, Autistic Children, Open Letter, How To Fall Asleep, Videos, Iphone Hacks

Open letter to those who think autistic kids should not be allowed to disturb mainstream education settings · Hello Michelle Swan

As usual I’m coming into the discussion “late”. The conversation about inclusion of autistic students in our nations classrooms has been at the forefront of all my social media feeds this week, and I’ve been sitting here, swinging between trying to take it all in and trying to avoid it. The conversation is overwhelming for … Continue reading Open letter to those who think autistic kids should not be allowed to disturb mainstream education settings

This is the second in a series of posts about trauma due to criminalization of disabled students by Amy Sequenzia. Content Warning: ableist slurs, description of abuse. Education Issues, Inclusive Education, Disability, Trauma, Amy, Students, Posts, Content, Teaching

When Disabled Students Are Abused • Ollibean

This is the second in a series of posts about trauma due to the criminalization and abuse of disabled students by Amy Sequenzia.

New Rule Ends ‘Modified’ Tests For Students With Disabilities-pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins Education Issues, Teacher Education, Special Education Law, Auditory Processing Disorder, Inclusive Education, Sensory Issues, Cool Science Experiments, Gross Motor Skills

Feds Find Fewer States Meeting Special Ed Obligations

Less than half of states are meeting their obligations to appropriately serve students with disabilities under the nation's special education law, federal education officials say.

A growing number of schools are offering a program called ASD Nest that aims to help students understand the school environment. Living With Autism, Education Issues, Inclusive Education, Children With Autism, Special Needs, Speech And Language, Asd, Hush Hush, Pre School

A look at the NEST classroom model. What do you think of this model? How would you respond to it?

Disability advocates and former federal special education officials are warning of possible Trump administration moves to alter policy related to a central tenet of IDEA. Education Issues, Education Office, Special Education, Center For American Progress, School Reopen, Federal Agencies, Learning Disabilities, Prioritize

After Outage, Ed Department Unveils New IDEA Site

Three months after a key government special education website crashed, federal officials are introducing a revamped online presence.

The Hudson school district says no to a student with immune impairments using virtual attendance technology Hudson School, Education Issues, Inclusive Education, Attendance, 12 Year Old, School District, Student, Technology, Tech

In Hudson, a school district piles problems on a 12-year-old’s shoulders - The Boston Globe

Perhaps a new superintendent will be more humane in the case of Keegan Concannon.

Have you been barred from school field trips or summer camps because of disability/ableism? Education Issues, Inclusive Education, Summer Camps, Field Trips, Disability, Lonely, Classroom, Victoria, Camping

'It is a lonely experience': the students barred from camps and excursions

Sometimes when Angus arrived at school, his classroom was empty. All the students were on an excursion, except for him.

In addition to eroding health care, harsh Medicaid cuts would disrupt state budgets in ways that threaten public schools and middle-class pocketbooks. Center For American Progress, Education Issues, Inclusive Education, Public School, Schools, Health Care, Budgeting, It Hurts, Middle

How Medicaid Cuts Could Hurt Education and Lead to Middle-Class Tax Hikes - Center for American Progress

In addition to eroding health care, harsh Medicaid cuts would disrupt state budgets in ways that threaten public schools and middle-class pocketbooks.

The Arc advocates for public policy that supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn about our our public policy goals and advocacy work. Autism Awareness Month, Disability Awareness, Self Advocacy, Financial Aid For College, Developmental Disabilities, Autism Resources, Autism Apps, First Language, Criminal Justice

Special Education Advocacy and The Arc’s Chapter Network

View the findings of The Arc@School's investigation of existing special education advocacy practices.

Betsy DeVos on the Verge of Removing Civil Rights Protections for Students of Color Bad Education, Education Issues, Education Policy, Student Debt Relief, Teacher Shortage, Betsy Devos, School Choice, World Religions, Pro Choice

Betsy DeVos Says Discrimination Isn’t Her Problem. And She's Dead Wrong.

Give Education Secretary Betsy DeVos points for ideological consistency. In a budget hearing yesterday, Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA) pressed DeVos on whether her plan for

Restaurants can be stressful for my daughter Frances, who has autism, but her difficulties led me to try to better understand and treat her type of situational anxiety. Autistic Children, Children With Autism, Different Types Of Autism, Social Exclusion, Education Issues, Autism Research, Inclusive Education, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Aspergers

Inclusive classes are best option for some children with autism | Spectrum | Autism Research News

Children with autism and low cognitive ability show the most improvement when placed in classrooms with typical children rather than in special-education groups.

AUSTIN -- The Texas Senate moved Wednesday to ban state officials from ever again imposing a cap on the percentage of students allowed to receive special education services. Texas Education Agency, Education Issues, Education Policy, Inclusive Education, Greg Abbott, Texas Homes, Private School, School District, Special Education

Legislature unanimously approves bill designed to end special ed cap

AUSTIN - Texas lawmakers have sent Gov. Greg Abbott a bill banning the state from ever...

Education Week eLearning: U. Supreme Court Sets Date to Hear Special Education Case - On Special Education -… Education Week, Gifted Education, Special Education, Education Issues, Education Policy, Vaccines And Autism, Education Requirements, Alternative Education, Federal

New 'State of Learning Disabilities' Report Tackles Stigmas

The National Center for Learning Disabilities, an advocacy organization, released its latest “State of Learning Disabilities” report Tuesday, offering statistics, policy recommendations and personal stories.

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His Teacher Told Him He Wouldn't Go To College, Then He Did

African-American students with disabilities are disciplined far more and graduate far less than their counterparts, researchers say. What needs to change to help more succeed?

Arizona's unique education reform measure helps parents use public funds to customize their kids' education and save for college. Education Issues, Education Reform, Kids Education, College Costs, Saving For College, High School Diploma, High School Graduation, Inclusive Education, Adhd And Autism

Diplomas Remain Elusive For Many With Disabilities

Graduation rates for students with disabilities remain far behind, with a new report finding that in some states fewer than half of those in special education earn a diploma.

What is language? Many times people get the terms "speech" and "language" confused or interchange them. Here we talk about what language is. Ell Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching English, Writing Tips, Writing Journals, Hand Writing

Programs: Advocacy and Self-Advocacy

The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University learns from and works with people with disabilities and their families in diverse communities across Pennsylvania to create and share knowledge, change systems and society, and promote self-determined lives so that disability is recognized as a natural part of the human experience.