Inclusion learning


Interested in Becoming a Special Education Teacher? Here are the Best Online Special Education Bachelor's Degrees

Education degrees are not always designed for teaching special needs children. Check out these specialty programs.


Seniors and Retirees Are Returning To College – Here's How You Can Too

It's never too late to further your education. Here's what seniors need to know...


How Inclusive Playgrounds Help All Children Learn and Play

Swing by an innovative, accessible play-space and let worries of barriers slide away!


Online K-12 Course Trains Schools About Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis

Do you have a child with food allergies? Ask his/her school to take this life-saving training course.


What Parents Need to Know about Learning Disabilities and ADHD

Here's what you need to know about learning disorders before the new school year begins.


Smart Ways to Keep Kids with Disabilities Off the “Summer Slide”

Seasonal brain drain is a reality, and children with special needs are especially at risk. Don’t let summer vacation drown out educational gains. 


Twice Exceptional, Doubly Disadvantaged? How Schools Struggle To Serve Gifted Students with Disabilities

Parents say it’s often impossible to find schools to educate bright kids who have disabilities. Now some are fighting to change that.


School Nursing Policy in Question After Needs of Student with Disability Not Met

A Florida family is advocating to change conflicting school policies.


Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning

Self-advocacy skills allow students to advocate and communicate their rights and needs.


Museum of disAbility History: An Inclusive Space of the Past, Present and Future

The Museum of disABILITY History is dedicated to preserving and recounting the trials and triumphs of disability rights and persons with disabilities.


UCP of Central Florida Teaches Beyond Classroom Curriculum

A nonprofit charter school and therapy center serving more than 3,000 children across seven Orlando area campuses. UCP aims to “unlock the potential” of children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida and various developmental challenges

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