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Multiple Disabilities

Combination of impairments that cause such severe educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in special education programs solely for one of the impairments.

Oct 15, 2021


SPOTLIGHT! On Boosting Learning and Success of Children with Special Needs

Teachers can do a great deal to increase the success of all students in their classrooms. Explore these resources and discover what’s possible.

Oct 08, 2021


What are Schools Getting Right at the Start of Another Year in COVID Education?

Schools have—for the most part—opened, which has been a monumental lift for districts, schools, and most of all, teachers. I have three kids in school, coached in school districts with tens of thousands of students, and supported programs running in schools across the country. In so many ways I’ve seen how schools, coaches, and teachers have cleared the hurdle of offering an education to students nationwide.

3 Gifts from the Pandemic

Sep 10, 2021


3 Gifts of Grief from the Pandemic

It has been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic shut-down school districts nationwide. The U.S. shifted into a state of loss and then grief. Loss of what we thought was stable including income, job security, and daily routines. Loss of over a year’s worth of social plans we had for ourselves including graduation parties, family reunions, and weddings. Plans have been put on hold repeatedly and hearts have felt the heaviness of disappointment non-stop.

Aug 17, 2020


Guide for School Teams Conducting Virtual IEP Meetings

During this time of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, schools and families are working urgently to find the right supports for their children with disabilities. The Diverse Learners Cooperative offers “Conducting Virtual IEP Meetings,” a guide for IEP teams to use as they navigate their meetings to find solutions for their students.

Aug 14, 2020


Supercharge Student Engagement with Esports

Esports is best defined as competitive video games. Games that can be considered esports require skill and are usually played in teams, though some are also single player. When on a team, esports athletes fill certain roles much like traditional sports. Teams are usually formed by students or a staff member who has an interest in gaming or simply wants to see students working together using gaming Esports is unique because it is an inclusive, coed sport and can be a way for students who cannot physically participate in traditional sports to be a part of a team and community.


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