The U.S. Department of Education Wants to “Rethink Special Education,” But Is It Willing to Look at Itself First?
The Department Needs to Change the Office of Special Education Programs at the “Top” in Order to Successfully Impact our Classrooms at the “Bottom”Dear Colleagues,Introduction La...Read Full Article
School Improvement, Strategic Planning, ESEA, and Multi-Tiered Services: An Anthology of Previous Blogs
Integrating Successful Research-to-Practice Strategies into the New School Year (Part I of II)Dear Colleagues,Introduction While some of you are starting to “trickle” back to your schools, districts...Read Full Article
The NEW ESEA Draft: Tell Congress that Capital Letters Make a Difference-- An Open Letter to Congress
How the U.S. Department of Education has Consciously Confused its Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Framework with ESEA’s “positive behavioral supports” LanguageDear Colleagues,Pro...Read Full Article
Congress Passes New Improvement Option for Struggling Schools
Congress Recognizes that the Department of Education's Turn-Around Options and More (SIG) Money are NOT Improving Schools or Student OutcomesDear Colleagues,I hope you are warm and safe after all of t...Read Full Article