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Be the Change

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  2 June, 2020
The nation has been rocked by the deaths of numerous Black people in the past weeks. What does this have to do with special education? Here are some insight from one Black male special educator.

Behavior Today Newsletter 39(4)

Content type: News
Posted:  2 September, 2022
If you’re like me, and particularly if your professional life revolves around schooling in any form or capacity, you look forward to summertime each year. You do this with the undying hope it brings a break from at least some traditional duties, a more...

"Wake Up Everybody": Time to Think Ahead

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  25 February, 2021
As teachers, we are often very resistant to trouble. I mean...PBIS, right? But sometimes, you have to—as the beloved John Lewis often said and reminded us before he became ancestor—get in ‘good trouble’.

Message About Racism and Inequity

Content type: News
Posted:  4 June, 2020
CEC stands with its members and community against racism, oppression, and the atrocities of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others.

Alliance for Excellent Education Releases K-12 Equity Report

Content type: News
Posted:  11 December, 2020
On Thursday, which was the five year anniversary of the enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the Alliance for Excellent Education released a new report titled “When Equity is Optional” examining the way states have used the federal K-12...

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