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  1. Inclusion Strategies and Interventions, Second Edition

    Rely on the second edition of this user-friendly guide to help you provide a strong learning path for all students, with a focus on special needs. This resource provides key instructional strategies educators can use to create an inclusive classroom using social-emotional learning (SEL) and a multitiered system of support (MTSS).

    $52.00

    Paperback

  2. The School Leader's Guide to Special Education

    Find a refresher on the key legal rights of students with disabilities along with methods for designing and implementing IEPs and BIPs that really work.

    $35.50

    Paperback

  3. When Actions Speak Louder Than Words

    Understanding the Challenging Behaviors of Young Children and Students With Disabilities

    Gain information and tools to support all children whose primary way to communicate is through challenging behaviors.

    $48.50

    Paperback

  4. Behave Yourself!

    Helping Students Plan to Do Better

    Learn specific strategies for developing behavior intervention plans (BIPs) that lead to long-term, positive change for general and special education students.

    $35.50

    Paperback

  5. Mind the Gaps, Session 2

    May 20 & Thursday, May 21, 2020

    Given months of remote or distance learning, this webinar will challenge participants to consider how to begin to prepare now for the critical targeted instruction that takes into consideration the impact of the recent disruption in face-to-face learning.

    Free webinar

  6. Amy Gluck

    Amy Gluck is director of educational services at Kildeer Countryside Community Consolidated School District 96 in Illinois. Her work focuses on ensuring all students achieve at high levels of learning.

  7. Megan Clarke

    Megan Clarke is the executive director of a special education collaborative serving four school districts in Illinois. In addition to supporting the collaborative, her work focuses on building partnerships with parents, community agencies, and other districts.

  8. Jane Pedersen

    Jane Pedersen, EdD, is the director of student services in Fremont School District 79 in Illinois. She has previously served as assistant director of educational services, an elementary school assistant principal, and a school psychologist for Kildeer Countryside School District 96 in Illinois.

  9. Kristen Bordonaro

    Kristen Bordonaro is the director of programs and services for the Exceptional Learners Collaborative in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Her work focuses on supporting special education teams of member districts.

  10. Amy Williams

    Dr. Amy Williams is a program manager for California Education Partners. She has 24 years of experience in education as coordinator of inclusive services and supports, K-8 principal, special education program manager, school psychologist, and teacher.