The National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools just released its “top tips” for parents of students with disabilities during these endless school closures.
This post was written by Lindsay Jones ( President and CEO of National Center for Learning Disabilities), Erin Mote ( Executive Director of InnovateEDU), Lauren
My central Jersey town has a Facebook page and members have been complaining that groups of teenagers are taking advantage of school closures by playing
Yogi Berra proclaimed (perhaps apocryphally), “predictions are difficult, especially about the future.” I have no crystal ball but, whenever this pandemic subsides, I think we’re
We’re about 5 weeks into our coronavirus lock-down in New Jersey, about a month since much of America has embarked on a national experiment of
In January 2017, during Betsy DeVos’s Senate confirmation hearing for her nomination by Donald Trump as U.S. Education Secretary, Senator Tim Kaine asked her a
This is a guest post by Debbie Meyer, a founding member of the Dyslexia (Plus) in Public Schools Task Force, a small group of community
Ten-year-old Gavin Williams is a lively and affectionate youngster who loves to visit museums, experiment with computer-coding and plunge into ocean waves with his boogie-board.
New Jersey Is in the Slow Lane on the Highway to Online Instruction. Just Don’t Tell That to the DOE.
These are hard times. We’ve all had to make changes in the way we live, learn, and work. It’s no surprise that state education bureaucracies
This is a post by my friend and colleague Zachary Wright, a national finalist for the United States Department of Education’s School Ambassador Fellowship. Zach is