September 27, 2023 “Addi means so much to the children and staff at our school. There are children who need to see her every day and others who may check
Summer Series 4: Volumes have been written about the PBL approach to student learning over the past 25 years. What you will read here is not more of the same,
March 15, 2023 Of all the claims that schools make, perhaps the most ubiquitous is the assertion that “our students learn to take risks.” Risk-taking is meant to suggest that
March 9, 2023 When I first launched my school we wanted to create programs that were accessible to more students than just our own. The reasoning for this was multi-faceted.
December 29, 2022 I couldn’t find the right educational fit for my daughter. Eliza had cerebral palsy. She was intelligent, curious, and social but was non-verbal and non-ambulatory. I wanted
October 31, 2022 The expectations gap is something that we all know exists within the realm of special education, yet very few call it out. Parents are weary from years
September 26, 2022 It’s back-to-school season! Like mud season is accepted by the locals in mountain locales, back-to-school season is accepted by education professionals and students all over the world.
Conversations with school leaders continue to be focused on emerging options for schooling. While many started the year in full-virtual mode, plans continue to be developed to shift to hybrid
The emotional intelligence competency of exercising optimism can help in challenging times. When we’re in the midst of challenges, it can feel like an impossible burden. We’re on one side