Entries by Sarah Sandelius

Reflections for #radicalrecovery

We are at a critical moment in time – the COVID-19 crisis has forced us to take a close look at the inequities created by our current educational systems. With historically inertia-driven policies at a standstill, we have an extraordinary opportunity to think radically and re-design those systems to ensure our schools foster growth and potential for all learners, such as students with disabilities and other diverse learning needs. On May 29, 2020, The Ability […]

Ten Ideas for Keeping Students with Diverse Learning Needs Engaged At Home

The world has changed (and continues to change by the hour), but despite the uncertainty, our communities are showing tremendous resilience by rallying in support of each other, especially when it comes to educating our nation’s young people. Transitioning to remote instruction with little training and no time to plan is hard work, both for seasoned educators and for parents turned first-time homeschoolers.  But it’s critical now to do what we can to provide consistency […]