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It’s (finally) almost time to bid 2020 farewell—and judging from the comments we’ve seen on social media, we’re all pretty...
With COVID-19 still on the rise across the country and widespread vaccination still at least a few months away, medical...
“As a paraprofessional, one of your most important roles is preparing students to become more independent and begin planning and...
Postsecondary education can be a powerful and meaningful experience for young adults—and as more and more colleges and universities establish...
Have you been watching our new series of coffee chats with the experts? Back this fall due to popular demand,...
When your early childhood program has resumed in-person classes, you might notice an uptick in challenging behavior. This year has...
In a uniquely challenging year that has forced education into new locations and configurations, it’s more important than ever to...
We’re less than two months from the end of a tremendously challenging year—but for teachers across the country, the challenges...
The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in months of stress, fear, and struggle for many families—and young children have felt the...
As another month of a difficult school year draws to a close, you might be feeling what many other teachers...
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 20% of children in America speak a language other than English at...
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a nationwide campaign founded in 2006 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Every year at this time, the...
If you’re a principal or hold another leadership position in your school, you’re feeling your way through a challenging school...
Many families look forward to the natural beauty and fun activities associated with the fall season. But this year, the...
The number of dual language learners in early childhood classrooms is expanding every year—and if you’re like many of your...
As teachers navigate the first weeks of a difficult new school year, many are grappling with a critical question: how...
Whether your school is reopening this fall for in-person-learning, returning to distance learning, or opting for a hybrid solution, keeping...
Loss and grief are a part of life for many students—and in this era of COVID-19, the grieving process can...
What are some things every early childhood teacher should do for and with their students, whether their school or program...
As the new school year begins in schools and in homes across the country, self-regulation will be essential to students’...
Self-regulation—for both students and teachers—will be an important protective factor in virtual and in-person classrooms across the country as a...
As the new school year approaches, we’ve been reading stories and comments on social media from educators across the country....
*Before we get to today’s post, a bit of business: the lucky winners of last week’s UDL book giveaway are…...
Universal design for learning (UDL) has long been one of the most-discussed topics among our Inclusion Lab readers and social...
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