The Unexpected Bright Side of Special Education During the Pandemic
Virtual schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic has allowed many students receiving special education services to thrive.
There’s Something Missing in Too Many IEP Meetings
A special education attorney shares how parents and educators can transform the IEP process.
How Two Special Education Teachers Advocate for Their Students
Learn how special education teachers Becca Hahn and Patrick Kelly advocate for their students.
Supporting Students of All Abilities During Disability Awareness Month and Beyond
For Disability Awareness Month, Julie Kamath (Memphis '16) reflects on working with students with disabilities from a young age to now, as a Teach For America Memphis educator.
A Minneapolis-based publishing house is opening the door to the creative works of writers with disabilities.
Special Education Allyship In Action
Four corps members serving as special education teachers share how they promote advocacy, agency, and positive disability identity building in their classrooms.
In D.C., educators are striving to ensure that their older students with intellectual disabilities are prepared for a vital life opportunity: a job.