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There's more than just school stressing out college kids

It’s not always cut and dry when it comes to students and their schooling. Often times there are outside contributing factors that can contribute to the success or failure of a student. 520 more words

Stories From Our Peers

The Achievement Gap, The Black History Gap: What is "Education Reform" without Curriculum Reform?

When I was a middle school special education teacher, I taught ELA and Social Studies. My students were black and Hispanic adolescents who were burdened with the stigma of special needs diagnoses.  818 more words

Education Management

Thoughts on Special Education

This 10-minute video asks some good questions about what special education currently looks like and where it needs to be.  We ought to be regularly stepping back to examine our work in schools and the thoughts offered here are helpful to that end.  It’s worth watching.

Challenging The Conflict Discourse: Education policies for disabled children

Conflict can take many forms. For this reason, problematizing development discourse is crucial to defining it’s many dimensions and generating new ideas for solving inveterate issues within global education. 531 more words

Conflict Education

Being Diverse and Studying Abroad

This post is courtesy of Nick Carreras, ASU Study Abroad alumni. Nick studied in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico on the faculty-led program ASU: Spanish Language and Mayan Culture in Yucatan… 768 more words

Study Abroad

Improve your study skills - free software workshops in the Library

We have lots of software on the PCs and laptops in the Library to support your studies. This includes software for making mind maps to represent your ideas visually, having text read aloud, managing your research sources and more. 563 more words

Student Information

Supporting Families of Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education

The National Collaborative On Workforce and Disability For Youth has prepared an informational brief designed to assist faculty and administrators in post-secondary education settings to better understand the value of engaging families of students with disabilities as partners in their students’ success. 57 more words